How to Achieve Your Salon Sustainability Goals with Your Salon Interior

Published 22nd Apr 2024 by Charlotte Grant-West

Have you ever thought about how the way you design your salon interior can help you with your sustainability goals, all without compromising on client experience?

Salons are well attuned to the public mood, and as climate change remains a cause for concern, sustainability is more than a fashion. A sustainable approach that enhances service quality is what your clients want, but it also delivers business benefits by reducing costs, energy consumption and waste.

Natural therapies and products are more than a matter of conscience too. Clients appreciate holistic rituals and natural, organic remedies that improve hair and scalp health. Increasingly, salons are recycling, upcycling and repurposing, as they opt for more nature-inspired interiors, whilst also selecting the right equipment ensures you can achieve your sustainability aims and elevate service experiences.

Current economic circumstances have seen an influx of inferior equipment enter the market and, although it may be tempting to see this as a way of relieving financial pressure, it rarely lasts and proves to be more expensive over time. Frequent breakdowns and unserviceable repairs can lead
to inactive styling stations, service disruption and revenue loss, which is bad for the environment, and bad for business.

Lead image: Butchers Salon

Leading the Way on Environmental Responsibility

With this in mind, it’s reassuring to know that Takara Belmont products are designed with longevity, innovation and client experience at their core. With state-of-the-art production facilities ensuring all products are manufactured as sustainably as possible, innovation continues to yield even more energy-efficient features.

“Across our backwash range, we’ve introduced showerheads that reduce water consumption by 20%, as well as developing recycled upholsteries that enhance comfort and minimise environmental impacts,” says National Sales Manager, Katie Fielder.

With every product engineered to deliver decades of dependable performance, features such as replaceable cushions on the Adria II, and replaceable wheels on trolleys, extend product life too. And when it comes to haircare technology, an innovative carbon element on the Roller Ball F colour processor halves processing time while maximising energy efficiency.

Katie adds: “The longevity of our products is helping salons realise their sustainability goals, as they can trust in our world-class quality and ensure their equipment contributes toward a more sustainable salon.”

Get inspired by the Gallery below of salons who have transformed their interior sustainably.

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This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Takara Belmont who are sponsoring today's Sustainability Week content. 

Charlotte Grant-West

Charlotte Grant-West

Published 22nd Apr 2024

Charlotte oversees the print magazine, website and social media channels at HJ. With over a decade of experience as a journalist, Charlotte was formerly Editor of Modern Barber and HJ Men, Social Editor at Netmums and Features Writer at Boots Health & Beauty magazine. She loves any products that make her hair bigger and more voluminous, and loves a behind-the-scenes peek at anything hair-related – whether it's a factory tour, BTS on a shoot or backstage at fashion week.

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