Beauty Supply Store Shelving Units

By Steve Di Orio
Posted in Beauty Stores, Shelving
On November 21, 2014

A business that is promoting the beauty industry should have beautiful shelves to match! Beauty supply store shelving units should showcase merchandise in the most flattering way possible. It is important that all items are clearly visible and displayed in ways that are both flattering and logical, keeping all hair care products in the same area, broken down by type, as well as areas for nail care, skin care and more. Products should look appealing and not too sparse or crammed. Some of the most popular shelving solutions found in the beauty supply industry includes:

Standard Shelves

Standard shelves are perfect for any number of beauty supplies. Shampoo and conditioner bottles, lotions, creams, powders and pretty much anything else will be right at home on these versatile shelves.

End Unit Retail Displays

Maximize the space at the end of a row of shelves with end unit retail displays that promote smaller or featured beauty items. This is the perfect place to display a nail polish collection or a new line of hair care products. These displays are eye catching and a great way to make a particular product stand out.

Space Plus Conversion

Up your storage space with the use of Space Plus Conversion warehouse store fixtures. These affordable warehouse store shelves are versatile and can display anything from bulk beauty supplies to entire displays.

Gondola Shelving

Gondola shelving can accommodate virtually any item that you wish to display in a beauty supply store. Because of their versatility you can use them in any number of arrangements and adjust their size to fit large or small products.

Beauty supply store shelving units should complement your products. A few practical items to keep stocked on or near shelves in addition to products include:

  • Mirrors
  • Spray strips for testing fragrances
  • Opened samples for customers to try before purchasing
  • Pamphlets that explain how a product works
  • Tissues and/or cotton balls
  • Sanitizer

It is important to make the shopping experience as simple and enjoyable as possible. Keeping beauty testing areas clean and sterile and shelf space orderly will only improve the customer’s interaction in your store.

Steve Di Orio

Steve Di Orio

Steven DiOrio has been with Handy Store Fixtures for over 11 years. After becoming the Marketing Manager in 2006, very recently he was named Director of Marketing. Currently, Steven is pursuing his MBA from Montclair State University with a specialization in Digital Marketing. When not at work, he loves to travel, play golf, exercise, and talk all things search engine marketing and retail display tips.