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Specialists in Business Information has analyzed revenues of the U.S. beauty and barber shop market to reveal the strategies being implemented to boost growth and maximize profit margins in this dynamic industry. Data trends are provided for beauty and barber equipment and supplies wholesalers, professional haircare product shipments, and sales of other beauty and barber shop furniture, equipment, and supplies. Sales and profit trends of major professional beauty care product suppliers are also included.
    Section 1: Professional Hair Care Service and
    • Product Industry Trends
    • Executive Summary
    • Personal Care Services Spending Analysis
    • Positive Demographic Trends
    • Professional Product Sales
    • Industry Consolidation
    • Outlook
      • Table 1-1 U.S. Consumer Spending on Personal Care Services: 1985-2004 (dollars)
      • Figure 1-1 U.S. Consumer Spending on Personal Care Services: 1993-1999
      • Table 1-2 Real U.S. Consumer Spending on Personal Care Services and per Capita Spending: 1985-2004 (dollars)
      • Table 1-3 Comparative Growth Analysis of Real U.S. Consumer Spending on Personal Care Services and Real U.S. Disposable Personal Income: 1985-1999 (dollars)
      • Table 1-4 Real U.S. Disposable Personal Income Trends: 1985-1999 (dollars)
      • Table 1-5 Distribution of U.S. Resident Population by Age Group by Sex: 1999-2004 (number)
      • Table 1-6 Ethnicity of the U.S. Resident Population: 1994-2004 (number)
      • Table 1-7 Output Trends of U.S. Beauty Salons and Barber Shops: 1977-1999 (index)
      • Table 1-8 Comparative Growth Analysis of U.S. Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Output, Wholesale Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Equipment and Supplies Sales, and Professional Hair Preparation Shipments: 1982-1999 (dollars)
      • Figure 1-2 Comparative Growth Analysis: Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Output, Wholesale Equipment and Suppies Sales, and Professional Hair Preparation Shipments: 1982-1999
    • Scope and Methodology

    Section 2: U.S. Consumer Personal Care Spending Patterns by Demographic Characteristic

    • Summary of Major Findings
    • Female Spending Patterns
    • Male Spending Patterns
    • Spending by Income Group
    • Age of Household Head
    • Size of Households
    • Regional Spending
      • Table 2-1 U.S. Consumer Spending on Personal Care Services by Females and Males: 1985-2004 (dollars): Total Spending and per Capita Spending
      • Table 2-2 Real U.S. per Capita Consumer Spending on Personal Care Services by Females and Males: 1985-2004 (dollars)
      • Table 2-3 U.S. Consumer Price Trends for Personal Care Services: 1985-2004 (index): Total, Beauty Parlor Services for Females, and Haircut and Other Barber Shop Services for Males
      • Table 2-4 U.S. Consumer Spending on Personal Care Services by Demographic Characteristic: 1992-1997 (dollars): Household Income, Age, Size, Region, and Total
      • Table 2-5 Growth Analysis of U.S. Consumer Spending on Personal Care Services by Demographic Characteristic: 1992-1997 (percent): Household Income, Age, Size, Region, and Total
      • Table 2-6 Distribution of U.S. Consumer Spending on Personal Care Services by Demographic Characteristic: 1992-1997 (percent): Household Income, Age, Size, and Region, and Total
      • Table 2-7 U.S. Average Household Spending on Personal Care Services by Demographic Characteristic: 1992-1997 (dollars): Household Income, Age, Size, Region, and Total
      • Table 2-8 U.S. Consumer Spending on Personal Care Services by Females and Males by Demographic Characteristic: 1992-1997 (dollars): Household Income, Age, Size, Region, and Total
      • Table 2-9 Distribution of U.S. Consumer Spending on Personal Care Services by Females and Males by Demographic Characteristic: 1992-1997 (percent): Household Income, Age, Size, Region, and Total
      • Table 2-10 U.S. Average Annual Household Spending on Female and Male Personal Care Services by Demographic Characteristic: 1992-1997 (dollars): Household Income, Age, Size, Region, and Total
      • Table 2-11 Distribution of U.S. Households by Demographic Characteristic: 1985-1998 (percent): Household Income, Size, Age, Region, and Total

    Section 3: U.S. Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Revenues and a Geographic Analysis

    • Summary of Major Findings
    • Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Revenues
    • Beauty Care Service Revenues
    • Retail Merchandise Sales
    • Regional and State Revenues
    • Metropolitan Area Revenues
      • Table 3-1 U.S. Revenues of Beauty Salons and Barber Shops: 1977-2004 (dollars): Total Revenues, Beauty Shops, and Barber Shops
      • Table 3-2 Revenues of U.S. Beauty Salons and Barber Shops by Source of Receipts: 1992-2004 (dollars): Hair Care and Other Beauty Care Services, Rents Received from Leased Stations/Booths, Merchandise Sales, Other Services, and Other Sources
      • Table 3-3 Revenues of U.S. Beauty Salons and Barber Shops by Regions and State: 1987-1999 (dollars)
      • Table 3-4 Percent Distribution of U.S. Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Revenues by Region and State: 1987-1999 (percent)
      • Table 3-5 Per Capita U.S. Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Revenues by Region and State: 1987-1999 (dollars)
      • Table 3-6 Revenues of U.S. Beauty Salons and Barber Shops for Forty Major Metropolitan Areas: 1987-1999 (dollars)

    Section 4: Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Cost Structure and the Competitive Environment

    • Summary of Major Findings
    • Competitive Environment
    • Labor Cost Structure
    • Number of Shops and Average Revenues by Geographic Area
    • Regis Corporation Financial Trends
      • Table 4-1 U.S. Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Revenues With and Without Payrolls: 1977-2004 (dollars)
      • Table 4-2 Number of U.S. Beauty Salons and Barber Shops With and Without Payrolls and Average Revenues per Shop: 1977-1999 (number and dollars)
      • Table 4-3 U.S. Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Labor Situation: 1987-1999 (number and dollars): Total Employees, Nonsupervisory Workers, Average Hourly Wages, and Average Weekly Hours
      • Table 4-4 Output per Hour per Worker at U.S. Beauty Salons and Barber Shops: 1977-1999 (index)
      • Table 4-5 U.S. Employment of Hairdressers and Their Weekly Full-Time Wages and Employment of Barbers: 1987-1998 (number and dollars)
      • Table 4-6 Share of U.S. Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Revenues Accounted for by the 4, 8, 20, and 50 Largest Companies: 1982-1999 (percent)
      • Table 4-7 Number and Revenues of U.S. Beauty Salons and Barber Shops by Shop Employee-Size and Payroll AS a Percent of Revenues: 1987-1996 (number and dollars)
      • Table 4-8 Number and Revenues of U.S. Beauty Salons and Barber Shops Run AS Single Units or AS a Chain: 1982-1992 (number and dollars): Single Units, 2 Units, 3 or 4 Units, 5 to 9 Units, and 10 Units or More
      • Table 4-9 Number of U.S. Beauty Salons and Barber Shops by Region and State: 1987-1999 (number)
      • Table 4-10 Average Revenues per U.S. Beauty Salon and Barber Shop: 1987-1999 (dollars)
      • Table 4-11 Number of U.S. Beauty Salons and Barber Shops for Forty Major Metropolitan Areas: 1987-1999 (number)
      • Table 4-12 Average Revenues per U.S. Beauty Salon and Barber Shop for Forty Major Metropolitan Areas: 1987-1999 (dollars)
      • Table 4-13 Sales and Operating Ratios for Three Beauty Salon Chain Companies: 1994-1999 (dollars and percent)
      • Table 4-14 Regis's Salon Units and Revenues by Chain, System-Wide Sales, and Number of Customer Visits: 1996-1999 (dollars and number): Regis, Trade Secret, Strip Centers, Mastercuts, International, and Wal-Mart/Smartstyle
      • Table 4-15 Sales and Financial Operating Ratios for Regis Corporation: 1994-1999 (dollars, percent, and number): Sales by Source, Operating Ratios, Geographic Sales and Income, Salons by World Area, Same-Store Sales Growth, and Operating Cash Flow
      • Table 4-16 Regis's Share of U.S. Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Revenues: 1992-1999 (percent)
      • Table 4-17 Sources of Revenues for Barbers Hairstyling and Cutco Industries: 1993-1999 (dollars)

    Section 5: Beauty Salon Company Profiles

    • Avon Products, Inc.
      • Avon Retail SpA and Salon
    • The Barbers, Hairstyling for Men & Women, Inc.
      • Salon Services and Products
      • Cost Cutters Family Hair Care
      • City Looks International
      • We Care Hair
      • National Distribution of Beauty Products and Equipment
    • The Cosmetic Center, Inc.
      • Hair Salon Services
    • Cutco Industries, Inc.
      • Hair Salon Services
      • Sales Trends
    • Elizabeth Arden Salon Holdings
      • Red Door Salons
      • Takes Over Saks Fifth Avenue in-Store Salons
      • The Estée Lauder Companies, Inc.
      • Lauder SpAs
    • Great Clips, Inc.
      • Hair Salon Services and Revenues
    • Opal Concepts, Inc.
      • Hair Salon Services
    • Regis Corp.
      • Salon Services and Products
      • Regis Hairstylists
      • Strip Center Salons
      • Mastercuts Family Haircutters
      • Trade Secret
      • Wal-Mart/Smartstyle Family Hair Salons
      • International Salon Operations
      • Hair Care Products
      • Acquisitions
      • Total Company Sales Trends and Market Share
    • Steiner Leisure Ltd.
      • Salon Services and Products

    Section 6: Professional Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Equipment and Supplies Sales

    • Summary of Major Findings
    • Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Equipment
    • and Supplies Wholesale Sales
    • Professional Hair Care Product Shipments
    • Professional Hair Care Product Shipment Mix
    • New Products Stimulate Growth
    • Shipments of Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Equipment
    • Acquisitions Strengthen Professional Salon Product Manufacturers
      • Table 6-1 U.S. Wholesale Sales of Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Equipment and Supplies, and the Number of Wholesalers Carrying Line: 1977-1999 (number and dollars)
      • Table 6-2 Percent Distribution of U.S. Hair Preparation Sales by Retail Channel: 1997 and 1999 (percent)
      • Table 6-3 Value of U.S. Shipments of Hair Preparations for Professional Use: 1977-2004 (dollars)
      • Table 6-4 U.S. Hair Preparation Shipments for Internal Use and for Resale at Beauty Salons and Barber Shops: 1992-2004 (dollars)
      • Table 6-5 Value of U.S. Hair Preparation Shipments for Professional Use by Type: 1977-1999 (dollars): Shampoo, Hair Tonics, Perms, and Other Hair Preparations
      • Table 6-6 Number of U.S. Manufacturers of Hair Preparations for Professional Use by Type, Shipments per Company, and Their Share of Total Category Shipments: 1977-1999 (number and dollars): Shampoo, Hair Tonics, and Perms
      • Table 6-7 Value of U.S. Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Furniture and Equipment Shipments: 1977-1999 (dollars): Number of Manufacturers, Value of Shipments, and Average Shipments per Company
      • Table 6-8 Value of U.S. Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Accessory Shipments: 1977-1999 (dollars): Number of Manufacturers, Value of Shipments, and Average Shipments per Company
      • Table 6-9 Hair Care Appliance Purchases by U.S. Beauty Salons and Barber Shops: 1977-1999 (dollars)
      • Table 6-10 Worldwide Sales and Profit Trends for Six Professional Salon Product Companies: 1993-1999 (dollars)
      • Table 6-11 Styling Technology Corp. Sales and Profit Margins by Product Segment: 1996-1999 (dollars and percent): Hair Care, Nail Care, Skin and Body Care, and Appliances and Sundries
      • Table 6-12 Styling Technology Corp. Sales by Product Segment by Salon Use and Salon Retail: 1998 (Product Category, Product Description, Brand Names, and Percent Salon Use and Salon Retail)

    Section 7: Beauty Salon and Barber Shop Product Manufacturer and Marketer Profiles

    • Alberto-Culver Co.
      • Sally Beauty Company
      • Sally Beauty Sales Trends
    • Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.
      • Professional Hair Care Products
    • The Estée Lauder Companies, Inc.
      • Hair Care Products and Sales
      • Aveda Brand Products
    • Helen of Troy Ltd.
      • Professional Salon Division
      • Global Expansion
    • Helene Curtis Industries, Inc.
      • Professional Products
    • Henkel Kgaa
      • Hair Salon Products Business
    • John Paul Mitchell Systems
      • New Color Products
      • Marketing Alliance
    • L'oréal S.a.
      • Salon Division Products and Sales
      • L'oréal Professional
      • Kérastase
      • Inné
      • Redken
    • Nexxus Product Co.
      • Salon Products
    • Revlon, Inc.
      • Salon Products and Brands
    • Shiseido Co. Ltd.
      • Salon Products
    • The Stephan Co.
      • Professional Segment
      • Sales and Profit Trends
    • Styling Technology Corp.
      • Professional Salon Products
      • Hair Care Products
      • Nail Care Products
      • Skin and Body Care
      • Salon Equipment, Appliances, and Sundries
      • Production and Marketing
      • Company Sales Trends
    • Wella AG
      • Professional Products and Sales
      • Hair Coloring Products
      • Perm Products
      • Professional Care Products
      • Styling Products
      • Sebastian
      • Londa
      • Kadus
      • Technical Products
      • Welonda
      • Belvedere and Tondeo
    • Windmere-Durable Holdings, Inc.
      • Professional Salon Products

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