The hairdressing profession is booming in India, with India’s second largest hairdo salon boasting around 15,000 registered clients, a senior government official said.
The official spoke on the condition of anonymity as the industry is a highly private sector.
“The growth of the hairdriding industry has been exponential in recent years.
We have seen the growth of a number of new categories, such as beauty salon, hair styling, and body salons.
We are seeing a big rise in business and have seen a lot of growth in our revenue.
We saw a lot more growth in this sector last year,” said N.R. Rao, secretary in charge of hairdelling department at the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD).
“Our government is committed to provide all the services that a salon requires and is encouraging the establishment of such businesses as we have seen some very big growth in the haberdiness industry in recent times.”
The industry is also growing in the United Kingdom, the official said, adding that the UK has been a big growth market for the haeretailing industry.
India is also seeing strong growth in China, with the number of haeretail parlours in the country soaring from just over 200 in 2013 to around 1,000 today.
India also boasts a thriving hairdeeling industry in Singapore and Dubai.
India has also witnessed strong growth, as many haeretails have gone through a transformation.
As a result, there is a demand for more styles and accessories.
In addition to the haottops, many hairtails are being worn by women in India as part of traditional garb.
The new trend for women in traditional garbs is for their hair to be cut with a straight, short hairstyle and to go through the process of styling.