What is beauty Parlour syndrome?

What is beauty Parlour syndrome?

Beauty Parlour Syndrome, known medically as vertebrobasilar insufficiency, is the term used to describe a stroke caused as a result of hair washing at a hairdressing salon.

How can beauty parlors avoid strokes?

The best way to prevent beauty parlor stroke syndrome is to avoid hyperextension of the neck all together or for a long period of time, and make sure you have effective neck support during a hair wash at the salon. (Even a towel on the cradle of the wash basin might do the trick!)

How do I organize my salon?

Here are some ways to organize your salon studio–and stay organized.

  1. Label or color code products. Hairstylists are known to have a large variety of products.
  2. Use shelves for upward space.
  3. Reduce cord space.
  4. Store cleaning supplies.

How can I make my salon look good?

Invest in a task lighting

  1. Furniture. Choose a statement piece that will fill the room. Shoot for the same colours, see-throughs and legs.
  2. Accessories. Purchase big, dramatic art pieces. Don’t skimp on glasses and mirrors.
  3. Paint. Choose lighter colours. Make good use of patterns.
  4. Lighting. Install sconces. Invest in a task lighting.

What is Salon stroke?

Leaning back over the sink to have a shampoo in the hair salon can exert pressure on the neck, which in rare cases can lead to a tear in the vertebral artery and a blood clot that interferes with blood flow — a phenomenon known as “beauty parlor stroke syndrome.”

How common is beauty parlor stroke?

Beauty parlor stroke syndrome (BPSS) is a rare condition characterized by mechanical impingement of a vertebral artery (VA) during neck rotation and/or hyperextension followed by vertebrobasilar insufficiency.

Can tilting head back Cause Stroke?

The major arteries of the neck cumulatively constitute the cervical arteries.

Do you have to get your hair washed at the salon?

If that’s the case at your salon, there’s usually no need to wash your hair first. But if a shampoo isn’t included with your haircut, your stylist expects you to come in with reasonably clean hair. You’ll want to wash your hair at least the day before your appointment if you won’t be getting it shampooed at the salon.

How do you make a small salon look bigger?

How do you make a small salon look bigger?

  1. Dark colours make space seem small, so keep things light.
  2. Use transparent furniture and accessories; they trick the brain into thinking the space is bigger than it is.
  3. Never underestimate the power of mirrors. They reflect light and make interiors appear larger than they are.

What are good salon names?

Fun And Catchy Beauty Salon Names

  • The Look.
  • Mane Beautilocks.
  • Cappiello Salon.
  • Bombshell Studio.
  • Cute Cut.
  • Mirror, Mirror.
  • Sweet Pixie Salon.
  • The Big Tease Salon.