We have created an easy way to keep the cash coming without adding stress to your already busy schedule. Our affiliate program allows you to sell product to your clients either in the chair or online.
And, it’s lucrative. Earn 20% on any purchase.
With your unique link, they’ll also automatically receive a 20% discount (on all items excluding sale items) and you’ll get paid, so it’s a win-win!
If you’ve already got an FHI Heat pro account and have obtained your unique affiliate link, you know how easy it is to make some money on the side.
But there’s always room to make more, right?
To ensure you’re getting the most out of your link, we’ve come up with some tips and tricks for you:
Make it as easy as possible for your clients to find your personal link. That way, when they are in the chair you can refer them to your Instagram. Or you can reference it in your posts.
Your clients trust you and want to know what your favorite hair products are. Use your platform(s) to recommend FHI Heat products. Remind them that with your link, they automatically get 20% off (excluding sale items).
Make sure all your socials are covered, so you get the most amount of eyes on your link. Also, posts are not limited to the feed! Add your link to your stories too.
Ok, this is more than just a shameless plug! Follow @fhiheat to keep up with our latest products and see how other FHI Heat friends are making money using their own platforms!
Reach out to us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any content collaboration ideas. We love seeing our community grow and are open to everything. IGTV, Instagram Takeovers, Facebook Lives, Tik Tok Videos, and more!
If you work in a busy salon, you probably don’t have time to constantly clean your hair dryer between clients. Not only is a dirty hair dryer an eyesore, but it can also be hard on your clients’ hair. If your hair dryer overheats because it is dirty, the extra heat causes breakage and split ends. Also, if your hair dryer is dirty, it will take longer for you to dry your clients’ hair. Since time is money, and you certainly don’t want to damage a client’s hair, you need to clean your hair dryer.