Tabatha's Salon Takeover, Season 3Closed Captioning
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In Season 3, Coffey hits the road and visits struggling salons in California, Massachusetts, and Texas. For one week, she confiscates the keys to the establishments and takes over as boss, bringing her unapologetic, brutally honest approach to the salon owners and stylists who are in dire need of her skilled business direction. This season, no task is too big for Tabatha. Whether it’s moving into a salon owner’s house for the night to stage a family intervention, tackling five slacking owners in one salon, turning around a downtrodden children’s salon with stylists who don’t like kids or even doing hair, renovating a gay salon with questionable taste, or trekking a salon’s staff to the middle of the Mohave Desert to learn to survive as a team –- Tabatha gives these struggling salons the major push they need to get back on track.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoMia Bella: San Bruno, CA||Cindy and Marjorie Phun opened up Mia Bella salon four years ago as a way to support themselves and their younger sisters, Karen and Janet. But Karen and Janet take the salon for granted, which sends Cindy over the edge in front of clients. Bringing their family drama into the salon is alienating their staff and ruining their business. Tabatha moves in with the Phun sisters for the night to stage a family intervention in order to save the salon and their relationships.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoChristopher Hill: Brentwood, Ca||Tim and Alexis Byk took over Christopher Hill salon eighteen months ago with no prior salon experience. They wrongly assumed that their MBAs and corporate backgrounds would be enough to run the struggling business. But with no respect for hairdressers or the hair industry, they are driving the staff away, and the salon into the ground. Tabatha schools these elitist owners in all things hair, and empowers the beaten down staff. But will Alexis and Tim see the error of their ways and change their attitudes in time to save their salon?||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoVendome: Houston, Tx||Tabatha faces her toughest challenge yet: five owners in one salon! These five feuding owners make for one big problem in this upscale Texas location. Their selfish attitudes and bad customer service are driving away high-end clientele, and now the salon is behind in rent and on the verge of closing its doors. Tabatha needs to help these owners learn to work as a team and take responsibility for their business, but will they be able to change in time?||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoWest End: Provincetown, Ma||Dougie Freeman relies on his crazy shtick to drum up business during the short tourist season in this gay resort destination. But his outrageous behavior is actually driving away potential customers. Pushing 60 and working 18 hours days, 7 days a week, Dougie turns to Tabatha to help him make his salon profitable so he can step away from the chair to enjoy life. But despite having the support of his staff, Tabatha has her hands full trying to reform Dougie and his diva protégé Robbie.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoAvanti: Boston, Ma||Alex Iacobacci has ignored his responsibilities and let his stylists run wild in his rundown Newbury Street salon. Located on the Rodeo Drive of Boston, their unprofessional behavior has driven away the high-end clientele, leaving the salon broke. Tabatha has to confront an insubordinate staff and a push-over owner who thinks the salon should run itself. She challenges them to change their unprofessional ways and strive to make the their salon worthy of the Best of Boston list. But can Alex step up and lead his staff in time to save his business?||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoTouch of Elegance: Tewkesbury, MA||After a recent staff mutiny, owner Debbie Farrell is taking out all her anger on her remaining staff as she panics about the bottom line. She is sending out dozens of cheap discounts to get one-time coupon clients rather than investing in staff education to retain customers willing to pay full-price for good hairdressing. Tabatha quickly realizes that she has her work cut out for her as she faces off against Debbies resistance to change. Will Debbie finally admit she is wrong and change her ways or will she remain a tyrant and face another mutiny?||44:02||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoBqute: Palmdale, CA||Shannon and Frank Peters are newlyweds and new business partners in the multi-cultural salon they opened together. But their salon is already struggling and their marriage is cracking under the stress of trying to save it. Frank is an ineffective manager because he splits his focus between five different businesses -- not to mention hes not a hairdresser. Shannon doesnt want to manage, but wont allow her husband to be the boss. Tabatha has to fix an out-of-control staff and a marriage on the brink, and turn this low-rent beauty shop into a high-end salon. But will she be able to save Shannon and Franks business and their relationship?||44:02||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoA Star Is Born: Mission Viejo, CA||Ever since her parents passed away, Joy Brandell has lost all the passion and drive for her once popular childrens salon. She has checked out and so has her staff - they dont like doing hair and they dont like kids. To make matters worse, Joy expanded to do adult clients in the same space but no one is showing up, and the salon has become dirty and rundown. Joy admits that she doesnt even know if she wants to save her salon, creating a huge challenge for Tabatha. Will she be able to reignite this owners passion for her business and her staffs passion for doing childrens hair, or is it a lost cause?||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoConcerto: Valencia, CA||Nik Nejad is an experienced stylist but a naive business owner. When he bought Concerto eighteen months ago, the salon had a strong reputation and a good location, but now he has run it into the ground. At a loss for what to do, Nik let one of his female stylists virtually take over his salon. But as an outspoken know-it-all, her abrasive behavior is alienating the rest of the staff. To add fuel to the fire, Niks wife wants him to sell the business before it goes under. Tabatha needs to help Nik take back control of his salon and turn things around before its too late. Will Nik step up or will he give up and close down shop?||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoWhere Are They Now?||Tabatha revisits some of her favorite and not-so-favorite salons from seasons one and two. Have they survived and thrived, or are they still struggling or, even worse, closed? Has Martino Cartier stopped licking his clients and started acting more professionally? Has Kimmie Blackhall curbed her shopping addiction and started paying her salon bills? Is Chicago Male servicing female clients? Is Tantrum salon cockroach free? Along the way, Tabatha leaves the owners and staff with some new recommendations for their continued success - and she even gets a marriage proposal!||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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Trust Tabatha! She speaks the truth!
Three seasons in, Tabatha continues to prove that she knows how to run a salon and is a pro at turning a failing business into a successful one. The only thing that ever stands in her way are the people that have sought out her advice in the first place! Tabatha's wry and matter-of-fact form of truth telling is both enlightening and amusing as she continues to salvage failing salons and turn them into a success. Anyone that doesn't take her advice is a fool, because she knows exactly what needs to be done to get a business back on track.
Tabatha bring her expertise to each salon. She is the "Simon" of hair...(But from Australia.) I can't get enough of this show or Tabatha! A must see ,even if u r not into hair!
Not just about hair
Tabatha is no nonsense and gives great advice on how to manage and promote any business not just salons. I would love for her to come whoop my job into shape and I work in an office. Hope that show has many more seasons to come.
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- Genre: Reality TV
- Released: Dec 06, 2010
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