Whilst over 80% of salons have already implemented efficiency measures, many businesses are still struggling to manage the rocketing energy prices. In response, The British Beauty Council is urging stakeholders and beauty consumers to support salons and ensure businesses can withstand the true #CostOfCutting.
It is often easy to forget that each part of the cutting or colouring process uses a certain amount of energy. So, here are ways consumers can help:
On a wider, industry scale, we encourage everyone to continue to realise the value of beauty. This is not only in terms of economic value, but the importance of beauty for wellbeing purposes – aka investing in yourself – as well as the environmental value of purchasing what you love more consciously.
To find out how rising bills are hitting salons, we visited Neil Moodie’s Studio in London to document the average cost increase of running appliances right now in comparison to 2019.
Watch the video to see the true impact of the energy crisis on hairdressers and barbers: