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When I was a little girl, I had one of those old time hairstyling heads and would spend HOURS combing, styling, and playing with that thing.  I’d braid the hair, wash the hair, comb the hair…  One day, I told my brother that I wanted to grow up and be a hairstylist and own my own beauty salon.  In his typical adolescent boy fashion, he responded that no one was going to let a bald chick cut their hair.  Kill joy.  Of course, I didn’t know then that you don’t have to cut hair to own a Supercuts franchise!

SuperCuts Franchise Opportunity

 

As a little girl, I mistakenly thought that owning a beauty salon was just for hairstylists. I thought you had to know how to cut hair to own a salon and that if you weren’t a hairstylist, it couldn’t be a serious business for you.  These are FALSE!

Did you know that the hair care industry, unlike many other industries, is stable?  It is a need based business and cannot be made technologically obsolete.  When you own a Supercuts franchise, services must be performed by a licensed professional (who will stay on the cutting edge with the ongoing education they will receive from Regis Corporation), so you won’t ever be cutting hair.  Instead, you will be in charge of running the business and your only objective is running your business with precision.

Owning your own Supercuts is simple.  As a Supercuts franchisee, the first thing to know about running a hair care franchise is that you don’t need to know anything about hair.  You don’t have a large staff, you can keep inventory costs low, and your hours can be reasonable.  Plus, the Supercuts brand is widely recognized and respected, AND backed by national advertising.

Have you ever thought about owning a franchise?

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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.

Comments

  1. I am not business minded enough to own a francise but it very interesting that you don’t need to “know hair” to own a supercuts.
    I used to go to a supercuts and was always surprised at the value~decent haircut for a great price

  2. I love getting a great hair cut at a great price. Everyone needs their hair cut. This sounds like a stable business opportunity in this economy.

  3. Never thought about it personally but I know a few peoplee who have.

  4. Never thought about owning I thought it was just for hair stylists, but for someone looking for a small business this sounds like a great one

  5. I have never thought on owning a francise, but seems like a great way to start with your own business. Thanks for a great post!

  6. I have considered looking into a franchise, but I decided that I didn’t want to go into debt to build my business, which is why I’m a financial coach and freelance writer. 🙂

  7. what a great business opportunity- sooner or later most of us need to get our hair cut!!

  8. This is really interesting, that never would have crossed my mind! I’ve toyed around with buying a franchise every now and then but never too seriously.. I bet it would be pretty awesome to jump in to an already established business. Thanks for sharing this!

  9. I have thought about owning a franchise before but went down another path. I do really like the SuperCuts in my town though very reasonable prices and great staff.

  10. If I wasn’t raising my boys on my own and I had extra time, I probably would. However if you can’t cut hair why would you want to own a business specializing in that? If a customer complained you as the owner would want to rectify the problem and make it better. I would have no idea what to do. I just like pretending to cut hair! LOL

  11. hmmm, I never knew you didn’t have to be a hairdresser to own a Supercuts… hmm… I am not sure we would have the time to make it amazing, but it might be a fun opportunity

  12. I would love to do something like this but never thought about a hair salon! Good info to know!

  13. WE love our Super Cuts by us!! In fact I pretty much only take my son there to get his hair done! They are so nice!

  14. I actually have though about owning a franchise. However, I have one business currently and it is a lot of work.

  15. I have never thought to own a franchise..seems like too much work!

  16. I have never thought on owning a franchise….but I have worked in plenty and saw it as a great opportunity for many!

  17. I never wanted to own a franchise – but our good friend has. They are dedicated to their shop 24/7

  18. It is good that I wouldn’t have to cut hair to have a supercuts franchise because no one would ever come back!

  19. Great info. I think owning a franchise would be awesome as long as I didn’t have to really run things.

  20. I have often thought about opening a Starbucks but I don’t think they do many franchises now.

  21. How cool is that? We go to Supercuts regularly

  22. I never thought of this as a business that would maintain stability during a bad economy. Good to know! I have honestly never thought of owning a salon franchise…I always think food. But now that I”m not employed, this is one idea to keep in my back pocket!

  23. I have to say that I have never thought of owning a franchise. I know that there can be really good ones to own and I think that the SuperCuts franchise would be a great one. Everyone needs a haircut!

  24. Our favorite place for our family to get our haircuts, I didn’t realize they were franchised!

  25. We could really use a Supercuts in this crazily overpriced resort town!

  26. I really had no idea that it was so easy to own one of these. I always thought you had to know how to do hair!

  27. That’s the biggest shocker to me that you don’t necessarily have to cut hair to own one!

  28. I agree that a hair styling business is a steady business no matter what the economy. It is definitely a good investment.

  29. I actually took Cosmetology and school and seriously thought about this. 🙂

  30. I never knew that you didn’t have to cut hair to own a franchise!

  31. I never considered a franchise for something that I don’t do. I had no idea that you could be a Supercuts owner without being a hair stylist. Good to know.

  32. I’ve never thought about owning a franchise before, but it’s a great fit for some people!

  33. I have considered opening a shoe cstore for sizes 10 and up for women.

  34. I have never thought about owning a franchise.