Roller Ball F has revolutionised colour technology globally since its introduction over 30 years ago to become an equipment sensation.
As you welcome clients back into the salon, managing the surge in demand for colour services, especially with new social distancing measures, will be a challenge. But with the need to maximise business incomes and invigorate your financial recovery also top of the agenda, one piece of technology not only helps manage peaks in demand by accelerating colour services, it enhances the customer experience and improves colour intensity, durability and shine.
Championed by icons of hairdressing and colour, such as Daniel Galvin and Trevor Sorbie, its distinctive rotating infrared ring literally halves processing time. It is also scientifically proven to intensify colour penetration by locking colour deep into the hair shaft for a more vibrant, glossy result that’s longer-lasting. “Our free-standing unit is mobile, so it’s convenient to use around the salon, whilst the wall-mounted version is used at the styling station and neatly stows away after use,” says Takara Belmont’s National Sales Manger Katie Wrighton. “Roller Ball F can be quickly introduced into the salon and it enables colour clients to be serviced more quickly. This will increase the number of appointments that can be added to their schedule. Plus, at a time when financial recovery is paramount, this will generate colour incomes faster. As clients have had a long wait to return to the salon, there’ll be many more happy customers too!”
As the pinnacle of colour innovation, Roller Ball F presented a world-first in hairdressing technology. It has evolved and endured as a concept ever since, inspiring salons to boost their colour reputation and business income.
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(left): Larry King Salon, London; (right) Trevor Sorbie Salon, Bristol – Andy Tyler Photography