One of the most effective ways to advertise a hair salon business in a very cost-effective manner is through business cards. Especially for a start up that does not have the budget for a billboard or a magazine ad, having a business card that you can hand to a prospective client is very important. Thus, it is imperative for a hair salon business to come up with a business card design that does not only stand out but also tell people effectively about the services it offers. So if you are thinking of ways to design your hair salon business card, it is always helpful to look for inspiration. In this post, we put together a total of 15 hair salon business card ideas that you can use as inspiration in creating your own.
To know more about each design, simply follow the link provided below each preview image. If you like this post, then we would like you to check also our previous post about beauty salon business cards examples.
01-Musical Comb Business Card by MODhair salon
MODhair is Rome’s Rock ‘n Roll hair salon. This comb plays a classic rock theme when rubbed by fingernail, using the same principle of a music box comb.
02-Yuka Suzuki Hair & Make Up Artist
Bobby pins that look like hair were used on business cards by a hairstylist to promote her hair care services.
03-Impact Salon Creative Business Card Design
A completely unique, 1950s-themed card that engages the recipient through a die cut and interactivity. The business card comes in two designs, to represent male and female clientele. To give the card lasting power and extra functionality, an insert is included for next appointment details. A map of the location is created using scissor shears.
04-Wood Cut Elegance
Hairdressers, hair stylists and salons looking to refresh their Business Cards can opt for these elegant, slightly abstract designs. This card uses rich brown wood-effect tones that are eye-catching enough to make new clients look twice.
05-Bolt Barbers Design
Need a shear or a shave? Unique card design for Bolt Barbers, a trendy barber shop in Los Angeles, CA.
06-HairDresser Business Cards
This card does not take the standard approach but instead uses an old advertising model where at the bottom of your ad you include strips of paper for your contact number. This is a fun and standout design that is both memorable and will keep the kid busy while you get your haircut. Plus it is cost effective and allows one to ‘style’ different hair designs on the card itself.
07-Popup Business Cards
A unique pop-up business cards for hair stylist Ayako Okada. The business cards show an illustration of a hair style and when folded in half, a new hair style pops up.
08-Blow Business Cards
A vintage-looking business card design for an upscale hair salon.
A retro business card design in black and white for a hairdresser/salon in Montreal.
10-Here is an elegant-looking business cards for AVEDA’s Planet Laboratories, a Denver-based hair salon. The thick and glossy look of the cards combined with the dark background made it look very expensive and elegant.
11-Gene Juarez Salons and Spas Corporate Branding
12-Michael David Salon
Business card for an independent beauty consultant for Mary Kay Cosmetics.
14-Identity for a hair stylist
Identity for an upscale styling salon in Los Angeles. The logo, slug, name and title are all spot glossed onto the business card front. Victorian mirror is spot glossed onto the business card back.These cards are 16pt silk coated stock.