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Here at Salon Services we pride ourselves on providing great quality equipment to all up-and-coming Hair and Beauty professionals. We are here for guidance and support throughout your journey to your new career. To gain access to industry standard equipment for NVQ and other accredited courses in Hairdressing, Barbering or Beauty Therapy, sign up for a Student Trade Card today.

Student Signup with Salon Serives

How do I shop student supplies with Salon Services?

Shopping for student salon supplies for you next step in your hair and beauty career couldn’t be easier. You simply need to apply for a Student Trade Card with us by providing us with your college course, name and start-end dates and uploading evidence of this. This will allow us to confirm you’re joining this exciting industry, and allow you to shop all the equipment you need to make the most of your hair and beauty training.

Once you’re qualified, you can upgrade your card to continue shopping with us in the future.

Student Supplies at Salon Services

Features and benefits of getting a student trade card

  • Access to trade prices on the thousands of products used by professionals everyday, that you need for your course.
  • Access to our trade flyer with the latest offers available for you, as well great tips through our online blog.
  • Our knowledgable team in our stores across the country are happy to help with recommendations on the right products for your course.
  • You can now get your trade card on your phone using the Stocard app! Download the Stocard app (it’s free) from your App store. Click on the button to add a card and search for Salon Services. You can then scan the barcode on your physical trade card when you receive it or click to enter your trade number manually.

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