Tuesday, August 28, 2007
All Dolled Up Takes the show on the road!: Faye Bailey Collection Educational System hits Birmingham
All Dolled Up Salon Systems founder, Faye Bailey, takes the show on the road! The country's largest hair and fashion expo hits Birmingham, AL the week of Sept 30th - Oct 1. The Premier Show is the top venue for the nation's top educators, products, and stylists. It features the latest industry techniques and products to change the way hair and fashion is worn and done!
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The Premier Show Alabama!
The Faye Bailey Collection is the countries first independent black consulting line of educational tools, products, and philosphy. It focuses on the healthy hair, mind, and body. Its online catalog consist of the countries premier health, hair, and body products that Faye Bailey has used to take her mind, body, and business to the next level!
The lineup at the premier includes Wella, Goldwell, Redken and more. This is gonna be a stellar event. For more info on the All Dolled Up Salons Systems/ Faye Bailey Collection exhibition at the Premier contact
ask for Bailey Jr
also stay tuned with, " THE HOTTEST BLACK HAIR SALON IN THE SOUTH: All Dolled Up Salons" by checking out our newest webpage at
and also be our friend on myspace!!
Top Industry Magazine Passion will be coming to the South Florida area to find the nation's hottest talent!
for more info how to participate
contact and leave info at
or call 954-818-7320
Sunday, August 19, 2007
Welcome to West Palm Beach! All Dolled Up is in the works to expanding its salons to Palm Beach County! Partner Lisette Webster is spearheading this project to serve one of South Florida's most distinguished markets.
All Dolled Up Salons are a premier hair salon business serving all cultures that flock to the South Florida area. The proposed salon will feature all of All Dolled Up's signature services such as full service hair and weaving, nails, facials, and more. Customer service will be a focal point allowing customers to get that warm personal feel that can be found at all of ADU's locations. Our signature experience of WIFI ready stores, XM Satellite radio sponsored streaming music and fresh fruit will await this new destination. For more info contact
Don't forget to check out our Top Shops in the meanwhile!
and buy your favorite products online at
Look out for our new looks in the latest edition of Sophisticate Black Hair
style done by S K Bailey Jr
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
All Dolled Up Team Meeting discusses customer improvement programs! Are you tired of stylists who don't respect your time? Are you tired of long waits? These tips will help you see if your salon is,
" On Point!"
#1 Tip :Your Time is Money!
Is your stylist on time for your appointments?
Time is money! If your stylist doesn't respect your time you could be in for a long bad stylist/client relationships. Stylists who have poor time management usually have high wait times, become frustrated while working under those pressures, and usually has other poor work ethics! We've seen anything from; leaving clients under the dryer while the stylist goes and picks up dry cleaners or leaving to go get an oil change! This is unacceptable!
Solution: Find a salon that respects your time! You should arrive 15 minutes before any appointment. You shouldn't have to wait longer than 15 minutes after your appointment time to be seen in most professional establishments. Don't sell yourself for cheap!
Tip # 2 Prepare for War
Tackling hair issues is no joke. Does your stylist have the necessary tools to perform your services. Does your stylists run around looking for the components of your look or is he/she prepared! Sanitation is important. A messy and unprepared stylists normally doesn't practice sanitation prep anyways!
Solution: Find a salon that is clean and stylists are prepared for you individual service. You shouldn't sit in the last clients mess! This will also lower your risk to any unsanitary conditions that could arise in a salon
Tip #3 ADU loves the Kids!!
Ever been in a salon where kids run around and play while you are trying to relax and enjoy your service. If you are spending big bucks you deserve the relaxation you are paying for. Most salons should have a "no children policy". This type of policy will save you a lot of in salon headaches.
Solution: Inquire ahead about children policies! And don't get offended if you have children. Most salons allow them to schedule appointments also.
Tip #4 Cheap prices or cheap products!
Most quality salons spend big bucks to secure healthy products for their clients. This is usually translated into the price you spend for your services. When bargain shopping, beware that some salons that offer cheap prices usually use low quality store bought products. The main ingredients usually contain harsh chemicals and come with damaging consequences. Don't be fooled by the bottle, some salons replace the products with low quality ingredients to cut cost.
Solution: Ask about the products! If you can buy it in the stores, what makes the salon experience any different? You should be able to feel a difference. Most top salons let customers feel and even smell the products used in the backbar or shampoo bowl! Remember you pay for what you get! Look for signs that display quality brands!
for top quality products http://www.adushop.com
Tip # 5 Ghetto Shop Alert
You ever been in a salon where there's gossip and you can't even hear yourself "think"! This means they probably will talk about you! Check the noise levels in a salon. You should be able to relax and enjoy your service with your stylist. Your conversation with your stylist is the most important part in getting the job done right! If you are distracted, your stylist is probably also. Most top salons keep the noise levels low! This complements the music and ambience!
Look for a salon with an inviting atmosphere. Call on a Fri or Sat and listen to the background. Drive by and see if the salon has loitering or disorganized activity outside. Normally in ghetto shops, you will hear yelling, profanity, laughing, tv's, cellphones, and etc... Most quality salons have waiting room policies, no cellphone policies, no children, and other policies to insure your visit is a pleasant one. Most quality salons place there policies on web pages or you can call!
by Stylist Wilma Francis and Bailey Jr
Tuesday, August 7, 2007
Sunday, August 5, 2007
All Dolled Up Salons and its partners agree on one thing!Its best when you use the in salon products to reproduce that in salon look at HOME! They have updated their webstore http://www.adushop.com/ . They have the top products by Design Essentials and Elucence. The pick of the dog days of summer is the Compositions Mousse great.
HOT NEWS: All Dolled Up Owner/Philanthropist Faye Bailey heads to Alabama
All Dolled Up Salons partners believes that you can have that superstar quality hair at the salon and HOME! They offer the top of the line Design Essentials home maintenance products for all their clients!
The featured product of the month is Compositions Mousse! This product is excellent for naturally curly hair and used as a leave in treatment! It is also great for molding those short styles into the perfect look! Consult an All Dolled Up Team partner if you have any details at our myspace site... All Dolled Up Salons www.myspace.com/alldolledupsalons ! We love our work and you will too! Stay tuned for the latest trends as Owner/Philanthropist Faye Bailey heads to Birmingham, AL for the World Renown Premier Show. There she will showcase the industry latest weaves and cuts! new DVD released planned for the winter 07!