Hmm… where to start elaborating on the matter? As someone who is extremely busy, with a schedule so full with meetings and deadlines, and a mother of two kids, I must say that I often find myself in a very unpleasant situation when I get to the beauty salon and someone who came in later than the scheduled is the reason why I have to wait for my appointment more than I have the time to. I couldn’t seem to explain the fact that I don’t care why has the appointment before mine started late to the girls working there so I left and never went back there again. Someone who clearly doesn’t understand the meaning and importance of my time doesn’t deserve to have my money.
All pissed and frustrated by these kinds of incidents and all the stupid things people would do for money, I decided to do a little research of the characteristics a salon should have in order to be the best beauty salon Melbourne has.
The system for making appointments
From my vast experience, the best beauty salon Melbourne area would have an online system for making appointments. That way, holding on phone, getting busy lines, and not being able to explain what you want to do would be eliminated and the entire process would go smoothly and easily. You just pick the day, choose the available time and write a small note if you want to say what you’re looking for.
The service palette
It’s a beauty salon, which means it should be big and it should offer services that would allow you to leave feeling all happy, satisfied, refreshed and of course – pretty. That being said, a beauty salon should by all means offer a hair styling service, nail treatments, face treatments and massages. If it has additional extras – that would be great, but if it offers anything less than that, you might want to do further research.
The sanitary aspect
Last thing you want is to leave the salon with some kind of an infection instead of feeling pretty. When you do your research, make sure the salon has passed a special sanitary inspection and that it has a sterilization device for their equipment. Also, look around if you’re close to the salon; is it clean and fresh? Does it offer an ambiance of relaxation and peace? If it doesn’t, again – leave; it’s not worth it.
Finally, don’t get robbed
Unless you’re going in the salon of a famous celebrity beauty care-taker, the price you’ll pay for a treatment should be reasonable. Plus, it should be in accordance with the way you’ve been treated there, like: do they offer you coffee, a glass of wine or champagne to relax, a fruit salad maybe? These little extras do make the entire experience a lot more appealing, but they come with a small price that’s definitely worth paying.