The Hair Salon industry has managed to untangle its early postrecessionary knots. Rising consumer sentiment and per capita disposable income have boosted industry growth over the five years to 2015. This has also led to increased demand for ancillary services to standard haircuts, such as hair modification treatments (e.g. straightening procedures and perms), skin-care services and massages. In the coming years, the industry is forecast to exhibit more steady growth. Per capita disposable income and consumer confidence will keep rising as the unemployment rate continues to decline, providing consumers with more discretionary income for luxury services at hair salons.
This industry includes salons that primarily offer hair care services such as haircutting, hair coloring and hairstyling services. Additionally, these companies may provide facials and makeup applications (except permanent makeup) and retail beauty products. This industry does not include operators that primarily offer training in barbering or hairstyling.
The report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecast, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.