In this post, you’ll learn 101 service and product ideas for your hairdresser business.

If you’ve just got your free trial of BookOm, our online booking system, and you’re a hairdresser, below are 101 services and products that you could add to your appointment booking page.  

The “intro” for your appointment booking page is important. So, I thought I’d start this post by giving you real life examples of what other hairdresser write as an “intro” on the top of their appointment booking page. 

Appointment Booking Page Intro Example 1
Bookings can be made for all of our services here or by calling the salon on [Add Your Number Here] and we will be more than happy to book you in for an appointment. If you are a new customer booking in for a colour appointment, please book in for a free colour consultation where we can also carry out a patch test. 

Appointment Booking Page Intro Example 2
Our prices are based on hair length & stylist levels.
All colouring services require a consultation & skin test before booking!
Our colouring prices do not include the price of a ‘Cut & Finish’ or styling afterwards. 
Corrective colour work will be priced per hour on consultation.

Service Ideas For Your Hairdresser Business

hairdresser service ideas

Below are the most common 30 “services” that a hairdresser will offer…

Colour Services

All Over Colour – SHORT HAIR – £35.00
All Over Colour – MEDIUM HAIR – £37.50
All Over Colour – LONG HAIR – £40.00
Roots – £30.00
Rinse – £23.00
Foils – FULL SHORT or 1/3 Hair – £40.00
Foils – FULL MEDIUM HAIR or 2/3 Hair – £50.00
Foils – FULL LONG – £60.00
Highlights – £30.00

Balayage ombré
Long from – £75
Short – £65
Creative colour after pre-lightening service – £60
Custom creative toner/colour melt after lightening – £20

Ladies Hair Services

Ladies Dry Cut – £16.00
Cut & Blow Dry – £28.00
Ladies Restyle & Dry Cut – £22.00
Ladies Wet Cut – £21.00
Ladies Restyle Cut & Blow Dry – £35.00
Blow Dry (Short-Medium) – £16.00
Blow Dry (Medium-Long) – £21.00
Bridal – Quotes will only be given via e-mail 

Men's Hair Services

Men’s Dry Cut – £12.00
Men’s Clippers – £10.00
Men’s Wet Cut – £15.00

Senior Ladies Hair Services

Senior Ladies Dry Cut – £14.00
Senior Ladies Wet Cut – £20.00
Senior shampoo & Set – £15.00
Senior Cut, Shampoo & Set – £24.00
Senior Blow Dry – £15.00

Senior Mens Hair Services

Senior Gents Dry Cut – £10.00

Add-On Services

Threading – £6.50
Eyelash/Eyebrow Tint – £6.50
False Eyelashes – £12.50
Gel Manicure – £23.00
Pedicure – £18.00
Soak Off – £5.00


There are obviously many more “hair services” that you could provide, but the list above provides the most common ones. Below are examples of “coupons” you could occasionally provide on your website (you can create coupon codes easily with BookOm).

Coupon 1
10% Off All Services 

Coupon 2
Student Discount. 10% Off Every Weekday

Coupon 3
Military Discount. 10% Off All Services 


Gift Cards

You could provide “gift cards” on your website (you can create online gift cards easily with BookOm), so people can give the gift of great hair to friends and family. 

The most common Gift Cards for hairdressers are £10, £20, and £50 denominations. 

Product Ideas For Your Hairdresser Business

products hairdressers can sell

Product add-ons are a quick and easy way to increase your profits throughout the year.  You can sell shampoo, conditioner, mirrors, and much more from your online booking system (as “add-ons” when the customer books into a hair appointment).   

Gift Card

With BookOm, our online booking system, you can offer gift cards during the appointment checkout process. 

Sell Shampoo

Buy shampoo at wholesale price, and sell at a retail price. This one is obvious, but surprisingly a lot of hairdressers don’t sell shampoo. 

Make & Sell Your Own Home-made Shampoo

If you have a bit of arts and craftness following in your blood, you’ll probably want to make your own shampoo. It’s a lot of fun, and more profitable than purchasing shampoo from wholesalers. 


  • ½ cup water
  • ½ cup Castile vegetable-based liquid soap like Dr Bronner’s
  • 1 teaspoon light vegetable oil or glycerine (omit if you have oily hair)
  • A few drops of your favourite essential oil (optional)

Combine ingredients, mix well, and put in a recycled shampoo bottle. Use a palm-full of the shampoo or less to lather once, and then rinse with warm water. This homemade shampoo is thinner than commercial shampoo and it won’t sud as much — but it will eliminate oil and grime just as well as the over-the-counter stuff.

Make & Sell Your Own Home-made Herbal Shampoo

People will pay more for herbal shampoo. For a naturally scented shampoo, go for a scented castile soap, or substitute ½ cup strong herbal tea (e.g. chamomile, lavender, and rosemary) for water in the Basic Shampoo recipe.

Make & Sell Your Own Home-made Apple Cider Vinegar Shampoo

Put a few tablespoons of baking soda in the bottom of a repurposed squeeze bottle, top it off with hot water, and shake it well. You can add a few drops of your favourite essential oil, too, for scent.

After it settles for a few minutes, apply ¼ cup to wet hair, work it through with fingers, and rinse it out.

There are no suds, but this homemade mixture leaves hair clean and shiny. Follow that with this basic rinse recipe: Mix ½ cup of apple cider vinegar or fresh lemon juice with two cups water. Pour it through your wet hair and rinse with cool water.

Sell Conditioner

Buy conditioner at wholesale price, and sell at a retail price. This one is obvious, but surprisingly a lot of hairdressers don’t sell conditioner. 

Make & Sell Your Own Conditioner

You can use any of the following vegan ingredients in combination or alone: olive oil, coconut oil, yoghurt, mashed banana, or mashed avocado. Tell your customers to massage your home-made conditioner into wet hair, wrap it all up turban-style in a towel for 20 minutes, and rinse well.

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