The male grooming industry is on fire and all signs show that it is not going to slow down. From razors to hair pomades, men are spending increasingly larger amounts of cash on personal care and grooming products. What are his top grooming habits, which products is he using most often in front of the bathroom mirror, and what is on his must-have list this holiday season? The Benchmarking Company polled a sampling of men across the U.S. in November 2015 to find out.
#TBT to NAHA 2015 Men’s Hairstylist of the Year finalist, Christina Franklin, and her wonderful collection!
The beauty industry is coming together to take action today, Thursday, November 19 to #SupportBeautySchools! We are asking our United States Senators to support #SupportS1695, specifically Section 310, relating to Gainful Employment. Our beauty schools are struggling to comply and need more time. Schools are closing, and there will be less graduates ready to enter the workforce and pay taxes. Asking our Senators for support of this provision will provide them and their colleagues in Congress with the ability to address education reforms in the next reauthorization of the Higher Education Act.
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We can all help! We’re coming together as an industry for a virtual lobby day TODAY to ask our U.S. Senators to support S1645. S1645 will give cosmetology and barber schools more time to comply. For information on how to get involved, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
November is halfway through, and we’re slowly but surely gearing up for the holidays here at PBA Headquarters. This week, the PBA Marketing team got together and rounded up some of their must-have products! Whether you’re looking for a holiday gift, or looking to treat yourself, there’s something here for you!
- Cutting your hair will make it grow faster.
- If you pull out a gray hair, three more will grow in its place.
- Cutting your nails on a Friday or Saturday will bring you bad luck.
- Breaking a mirror will bring you seven years of bad luck.
- Keeping a lock of hair from a baby’s first haircut will bring it good luck.
- When you get a haircut, you must burn the hair. Throwing it away brings bad luck.
- Dropping your comb while brushing you hair means you’ll experience disappointment soon.
What are some superstitions you follow?
#TBT to NAHA 2015 and finalist Ammon Carver’s collection for the Men’s Hairstylist of the Year!
Are you feeling inspired? The NAHA 2016 entry process is now open! Visit probeauty.org/enternaha for details.