Hairdressing and Barber Franchises in Australia - Market Research Report

Hairdressing and Barber Franchises industry trends (2014-2019)

poll Average industry growth 2014–2019: 31.5%

The performance of the Hairdressing and Barber Franchises industry has been negatively affected by variable economic conditions over the past five years. Consumer sentiment was negative for most of the past five-year period and discretionary income growth was sluggish. In periods of economic downturn, some consumers postpone the use of hairdressing services by increasing the time between haircuts. Additional industry services such as colouring, treatments and styling are typically discretionary and are therefore more sensitive to movements in household income and consumer sentiment. For example, weak consumer sentiment typically reduces the frequency at which consumers visit salons for colouring and treatment services. However, this can also lead to...
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Hairdressing and Barber Franchises industry outlook (2019-2024)

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Industry revenue is expected to rise modestly over the next five years, although the discretionary nature of value-added services such as colouring and styling will continue to leave industry players vulnerable to changes in consumer spending habits. However, the industry is projected to benefit from stronger growth in household discretionary incomes and positive consumer sentiment over the next five years, which should both boost demand for industry services. As a result, industry revenue is forecast to grow at an annualised X.X% over the five years through XXX-XX, to $XX.X million. Competition Hairdressing and barber franchises are projected to encounter greater competition over the next five years. In an increasingly saturated market, franchise...
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Hairdressing and Barber Franchises industry statistics

  • business Number of Businesses: 653
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  • supervisor_account Industry Employment: 3,141

Biggest companies in the Hairdressing and Barber Franchises industry

The companies holding the largest market share in the Hairdressing and Barber Franchises in Australia industry include Hairhouse Warehouse Pty Ltd, Just Cuts Franchising Pty Limited and Brabus PA Franchising Pty Ltd.

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What is Hairdressing and Barber Franchises industry?

Industry Definition

The industry encompasses franchised establishments that primarily offer hair-care services. This includes salons and barber shops that provide haircutting, hair colouring, hair styling and other hair treatments. Revenue generated from haircare product retailing is also included in the industry. However, the industry does not include companies that primarily offer training in barbering or hairstyling.

Industry Products and Services

  • Hair colouring and tinting services
  • Haircuts
  • Other hair-care services
  • Hair products
  • All Others

Industry Activities

  • Haircutting services
  • Hair colouring services
  • Hair styling services
  • Hair treatment services
  • Hair extension services
  • Haircare product retailing
  • Hair styling tool retailing

Market research report - table of contents

Industry Definition

The industry encompasses franchised establishments that primarily offer hair-care services. This includes salons and barber shops that provide haircutting, hair colouring, hair styling and other hair treatments. Revenue generated from haircare product retailing is also included in the industry. However, the industry does not include companies that primarily offer training in barbering or hairstyling.

Main Activities

  • Haircutting services
  • Hair colouring services
  • Hair styling services
  • Hair treatment services
  • Hair extension services
  • Haircare product retailing
  • Hair styling tool retailing

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Additional Resources

Industry Statistics Snapshot

Industry Structure

Executive Summary

Key External Drivers

Real household discretionary income can influence industry revenue, as higher household incomes allow consumers to spend more on industry services. Conver...
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Real household discretionary income
Consumer sentiment index
Female population aged 18 and older
Average weekly hours worked

Current Performance

Industry structure
Brand loyalty
Employment and wages
Growing client base
 Chart: Revenue Growth

Industry Outlook

Industry structure
Profit
Industry changes
 Table: Hairdressing and Barber Franchises in Australia - Market Research Report Industry Revenue Outlook

Industry Life Cycle

Life Cycle Reasons
 Chart: Benchmarking - Hairdressing and Barber Franchises in Australia - Market Research Report Industry Lifecycle vs The Economy

Supply Chain

Key Buying Industries

Consumers in Australia






Key Selling Industries

Cosmetics, Perfume and Toiletries Manufacturing in Australia
Household Appliance Wholesaling in Australia
Furniture and Floor Covering Wholesaling in Australia
Cosmetics and Toiletry Wholesaling in Australia



Products & Services

Operators in the Hairdressing and Barber Franchises industry offer a range of hair-related products and services to their customers. Services offered vary...
Women aged 25 to 44
Men of all ages
Women aged 24 and under
Women aged 65 and over


Demand Determinants

The industry benefits from consumer perceptions that regular haircuts are a necessity. Consequently, industry demand tends to remain relatively stable. Ho...
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Major Markets

Women aged 25 to 44
Men of all ages
Women aged 24 and under
Women aged 65 and over



 Chart: Major Market Segmentation for the Hairdressing and Barber Franchises in Australia - Market Research Report Industry

International Trade

Business Locations

Chart: Business Locations by State Chart: Business Locations by State

Market Share Concentration

The Hairdressing and Barber Franchises industry is characterised by a high level of market share concentration, with the four largest operators accounting...
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Key Success Factors

Cost Structure Benchmarks

Profit, Purchases, Wages, Other Costs
 Chart: Cost Structure Benchmarking – Sector vs Hairdressing and Barber Franchises in Australia - Market Research Report

Basis of Competition

Internal competition
External competition

Barriers to Entry

 Table: Barriers to Entry Checklist for the Hairdressing and Barber Franchises in Australia - Market Research Report Industry

Industry Globalization

Hairhouse Warehouse Pty Ltd was established in 1992 by Melbourne-based brothers Joseph and Tony Lattouf. The company has since expanded to a franchise net...
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Hairhouse Warehouse

 Table: Hairhouse Warehouse - financial performance

Just Cuts

 Table: Just Cuts - financial performance

Price Attack

 Table: Price Attack - financial performance

Capital Intensity

The Hairdressing and Barber Franchises industry exhibits a low level of capital intensity. For every dollar spent on capital costs, an estimated $9.82 is ...
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 Chart: Level of Capital Intensity for the Hairdressing and Barber Franchises in Australia - Market Research Report Industry
 Chart: Tools of the Trade: Growth Strategies for Success

Technology & Systems

Revenue Volatility

Chart: Volatility vs Industry Growth Chart: Volatility vs Industry Growth

Regulation & Policy

Industry Assistance

Table: Industry data Table: Industry Data for the Hairdressing and Barber Franchises in Australia Industry

Industry Revenue (2007-2025)
Industry Gross Product (2007-2025)
Establishments (2007-2025)
Businesses (2007-2025)
Employment (2007-2025)
Exports (2007-2025)
Imports (2007-2025)
Wages (2007-2025)
Domestic Demand (2007-2025)

Table: Annual Percentage Change for Key Industry Data Table: Annual Percentage Change for Key Industry Data

Table: Key Ratios for Industry Key Dat Table: Key Ratios for Industry Key Data

Table: Industry Financial Ratios Table: Industry Financial Ratios

Liquidity Ratios
Coverage Ratios
Leverage Ratios
Operating Ratios
Cash Flow & Debt Service Ratios (% of Sales)
Assets, %
Liabilities, %

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  • Historical and Forecast Growth
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  • Industry Market Size
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  • Industry Major Players
    Industry Major Players
  • Profitability Analysis
    Profitability Analysis
  • SWOT Analysis
    SWOT Analysis
  • Industry Trends
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  • Industry Operating Conditions
    Industry Operating Conditions
  • Porter's 5 Forces Analysis
    Porter's 5 Forces Analysis

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