Asking for a friend who is having trouble posting from her phone: "I am possibly going to move to a new salon, I will be going from being a senior stylist at a mid-price salon to senior stylist/salon manager at a high-end salon.  I know that a lot of clients will follow, but how do I transition them from my old prices to my new prices? I don't want to scare them off by raising my prices too high too quickly, any suggestions? Thanks!"

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Did you sign a covenant where you are now as that may be a problem. As a salon owner, I have a detailed covenant written by a lawyer that wrote the briefs for the State when the issue of covenants came up before the State Supreme Court. I'd be careful if I were you...but as far as pricing goes, it's difficult raising prices especially when they will get the same service from the same stylist just a different salon...Don't mean to be bursting your bubble but I'm talking from experience...

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