Why You Should Offer Earlobe Piecing at Your Salon

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If you are looking for some new streams of income at your beauty salon, then you may have turned your attention towards piercing. As you know, this can involve quite a lot of preparation, a good degree of skill and some additional investment, so you want to be sure that you will have the demand and you will be able to make a success of the project. What is the best way to position yourself here?

Earlobe Piercing

People choose to have piercings in many different parts of the body, but one of the most common and traditional places for such a piercing is the ear. In fact, it's likely that the majority of people who knock on your door may be looking for an ear piercing, especially a piercing through the lobe.

Less Painful Options

When people decide to have a piercing, they may do so for aesthetic reasons, and if it is their first time, they may be looking for a less painful experience. While each person may have a different pain threshold, the earlobe is certainly the easiest place for them to start if they are unduly worried about any reaction.

Easy to Work with

At the same time, this area is relatively easy to pierce and does not take as long as other parts of the body or even other parts of the ear. This means that you could get more people through the door and make their chair time cost-effective.

Widely Accepted

More important, perhaps, is the potential size of your client base. After all, many people might like to have a piercing but feel that they would not be able to get away with it at work, or that it would not be compatible with their general appearance in a professional setting. However, most employers are perfectly fine with an earlobe piercing, as it has been a traditional method of body decoration for generations now. Furthermore, customers will be able to choose from a variety of different pieces of jewellery, like a stud, a diamond or a ring.

Getting the Salon Ready

As you can see, there should be good demand for your new earlobe piercing service, so your next course of action should be to stock up on supplies. Talk with your supplier about getting ear piercing jewellery supplies and see what they can suggest in order to get you underway as soon as possible.

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