Beauty Salon Capes
Salonwear helps you provide maximum client satisfaction with our amazingly lightweight, completely water resistant or waterproof top quality salon capes. Our cute salon capes ensure that you have the right mix of comfort and coverage so that both stylists and clients can make the most out of the salon experience. That is why Salonwear capes are used in top salons all across the country.
Our Offerings in Beauty Salon Capes:
If you are looking for wholesale beauty salon capes, Salonwear is the frontrunner in the field. Our brand has all kinds of capes including hair salon capes, capes for kids, super capes, comb out capes, makeup capes, waterproof polyurethane capes,hair cutting cape and all-purpose capes. You can also find on our domain salon chemical capes, salon cutting capes, salon color capes, etc.
Materials & Sizes We Offer:
Our premium quality capes are primarily made from materials like Polyester/Nylon, Silkara, Peachskin, and Polyurethane. You can also find 100% Oxford Nylon and 100% Antron Nylon capes on our website. We offer stain-resistant and extremely durable hair salon capes fit for bleaching, hair coloring, cutting, comb-outs, shampoo sessions and much more.
The best feature of our beauty salon capes is that the neck can be easily adjusted to kids’ sizes and even extra-large sizes. The neck size varies from 12” to 24” inches and is adjustable with our signature durable stainless steel snaps on each side. The dimensions of the capes are average 50” width by 60” length. In addition to this, our capes are durable and long-lasting.
Colors of hair salon capes:
Looking to spruce up your salon? Opting for bright, vibrant colors will get the job done. Salonwear capes are available in an assorted range of colors, breaking the monotony of boring, old-fashioned capes. Our colorful yet classy capes are available in black, navy, wineberry, brown, chrome, matte blue, bronze, matt tan, white, matte black and various printed fabric. We also stock capes in bright colors like burgundy, lime, yellow, orange, and red, for those looking for something more striking. Our beautiful colors will make sure that your salon stands out from the rest!
Customizing Barber Capes:
We help you establish your brand. Salons can exude a more professional and serious outlook by putting their logo on their apparel and uniforms. Aiming to fulfill this need, Salonwear provides two branding services which enable you to have your logo on all your apparel:
You can now have completely customized, trendy and stylish uniforms that will not only help in brand awareness but will also motivate your employees. Branding was never so easy!
Why should you choose Salonwear?
Salonwear has been a one-stop shop for essential salon fabrics. We have been serving all over USA for the past 31 years, delivering superior quality products. We are extremely proud to cater to a large number of happy, long-term, and repeat customers. We are the best in the industry, and we promise you will get premium quality and great customer service!
Our innovative fabrics are highly resistant to wear and tear stains, and color. This makes us the preferred choice for all types of salon apparel. We treat our customers like family. For past three decades, we have been spreading smiles and serving this growing Salonwear family.
At Salonwear you get products directly from the factory, thus reducing the costs dramatically. This has given us an edge over our competitors and ensured that we stay at the top. We pride ourselves in offering:
- Top quality salon apparel and spa accessories
- Supreme fabric quality
- Innovative designs that are in accordance with the needs of today’s stylists
- Cooperative staff
- Customization to suit individual needs
- Made in the USA
- Highly affordable wholesale prices
Are you ready for another free project?! Today I'm going to show you how to make a haircutting cape! And not just any haircutting cape. This one has enough coverage for everyone in the family, even Dad! And all the way down to the smallest wigglers, of course.
PLUS -- my favorite feature of this design is that it doesn't use velcro. Yes!
I don't know about your kids, but mine despise the velcro that you usually find on storebought capes. It pokes at their neck, it comes undone too easily, and it gets all the hair trimmings stuck in it, ICK. Aside from that looking nasty, it becomes totally unusable after awhile. Boo on that.
So I solved the above problems and we love this tie-back cape!
As you can see it's PLENTY roomy! In the past I have made my kiddos strip down to their underwear under the tiny storebought cape so we wouldn't get their clothes all hairy. But this cape totally covers all their clothes. Fabulous!
The best fabric to use for this is PUL or laminated fabric. It is laminated on one side so the hair slips right off, but on the back side it is fabric so it's softer on the skin and won't cling to their skin.
The neck closes with ties in back, which will make it less obnoxious and much more sturdy. Plus, you can see that the cape falls at an angle to cross in back -- no more trying to get the wiggly kids to help you hold the cape shut!
I should add that the cape should only be worn with adult supervision -- I assume you're not going to be leaving the kids alone with scissors and a cape to do their own haircuts... Nope? Alright, then let's continue!
2 yards of 60" wide Laminated Fabric or PUL (This one is from Hobby Lobby. Use a coupon!)
1.5 yards of double-fold bias tape (1/4" or 1/2")
1 Printed Neck Cutout Piece (Click here to download) (or a 5" circle)
Let's get started!
First, lay your fabric out flat on a large surface with the selvages at the sides. It should be about 72" tall and 60" wide.
On the top edge of the fabric, find the center. Then measure down 28" and draw a straight line connecting the edge to the 28" mark. See red in the photo above. You may need to use a ballpoint pen to draw on the laminated fabric.
Just below the line you drew, lay the round Neck Cutout Piece with its edge touching the line, centered. Trace around the circle with your pen. See red in photo above.
(Note: This neck piece is a 5" circle and fits children and adults.)
When you have your lines drawn and remove the paper piece, it should look like the photo above.
Use scissors to cut along the line you drew. Then cut out the circle you drew.
Now trim the selvages off the two long sides of your cape.
When you're done cutting, it should look like the photo above.
You're ready to sew! On the straight edges only, do a narrow folded hem, as instructed below.
Note: I do not recommend using a rolled hem because little bits of hair like to get caught in the hem threads, so its best to keep the edges smooth with a folded hem.
To make a narrow folded hem, first start on one end and fold the edge 1/4" to the wrong side and sew straight down the center of the fold as you go, from one end to the other.
Then go back and repeat, again folding 1/4" to the wrong side and sewing down the center of the fold as you go.
When you're done, there should be a 1/4" narrow hem on the edge.
Do this with all seven straight edges of the cape. It will take awhile but it will be worth it. Do not hem the circle!
Note: As you're hemming, the corners may get bulky. If your machine protests a little, be sure to switch to a stronger needle if necessary, and hand wind the machine to get started through the bulk.
When you're done, the corners and edges should look neat, as shown above.
With all your straight edges hemmed, all that's left is to complete the neck circle!
Flip the cape over so the wrong side is facing up.
Take your bias tape and find the center. Open it out flat and match the center of the tape to the very front of the neck hole, pinning the raw edges together. The right side of the tape is facing the wrong side of the cape.
Pin the raw edges together all around the neck hole, bending the bias tape around as you go. As you place your pins, be careful to keep the pin holes within the first 1/4" of the bias tape so there won't be extra holes outside when you're done! Go slowly and use plenty of pins. When you get to the edges of the neck hole, leave the extra bias tape extended off the edges; these ends will become your ties.
Take the cape to your machine. Align your needle with the first fold of the bias tape, which will be approximately 1/4" from the raw edge. Sew along the fold all around the neckhole, removing the pins as you go. See photo above.
Turn the cape over so the right side is facing up, and pull the bias around to the right side. It should look something like the photo above.
On the center front of the neck hole, refold the bias tape so its raw edges are enclosed and it just barely covers the stitching on the front. Pin in place. See photo above.
Do the same all around the neck edge, refolding the bias tape and pinning it in place. It should cover the previous stitching. Again, try to keep the pins only in that closest 1/4".
When you get to the edges of the neck, continue refolding the bias tape, this time pinning the bias tape to itself. This will form the cape ties after you sew. See photo above.
When you get to the very ends of the ties, open out the bias tape folds. Fold the very end in about 1/2" so it looks like the photo above, and press with your fingers.
Then refold the bias tape (with the end tucked in) and pin in place. Do the same on the other tie. There should be no raw edges at the end of the ties now.
Take the cape to your machine. Using a thread color that matches your bias tape, start at the end of one tie and sew the pinned edges shut, removing pins as you go, and continuing on to the neck edge. As you sew around the neck edge, stitch very close to the edge of the fold, without going onto the cape fabric. Continue sewing around and then across the tie on the other side.
When you're done, your neck binding and ties should be completely sewn in place. See photo above.
Your cape is now complete! You may notice that there is a slight gap along the center back. Don't worry though, because when the cape is worn, it drapes toward the center and the gap disappears entirely because of the sides overlapping. I'll show you:
If your model was to hold his/her arms out straight during the entire haircut, you may have a problem on your hands. (Not to mention his arms will get very, very tired.) However...
If your model sits in a normal position during the hair cut, the sides naturally fold in toward the center and overlap each other by quite a lot. You could add snaps or velcro if you want, but they tend to be more annoyance than help, in my opinion.
So that's it! You're all set! Your new cape is large enough for the whole family, hair resistant, easy to put on and off, non-scratchy at the neck, and sturdy for years to come.
I hope you enjoy this free pattern! Now if only the five haircuts that are waiting for me could be that easy.... Wish me luck!
Let's Create! ~ Kristen
Do You Know All the Different Kinds of Hair Salon Capes?
Are you looking for new hair cutting capes for your hair salon? Hair salon capes come in a whole range of shapes, sizes, material types, and styles. With so much choice available, it can be challenging to decide which cutting capes are best for your business.
Whether you are just starting or want to replace your existing hair capes, we have got you covered with the different types of hair salon capes and how you can choose the right one.
According to IBIS World, there were 996,338 active hair salons in the United States in 2018. People all over the United States rely on hair salons and barbers to cut their hair and give their hair treatment to improve the health of it.
The industry is expected to continue growing, which experts believe this is due to continued demand for services and an improving disposable income of customers. The industry revenue is projected to rise at an annualized rate of 2.1% to $62.0 billion.
One of the best ways to ensure your hair salon business brings in plenty of revenue is by ensuring the customer is satisfied with their experience at your business. This means that you need to hire experienced and friendly employees, offer competitive prices, and provide your customer with the highest quality products.
Hair Salon Capes
One important product you need to consider is the hair salon capes. You need to make sure your hairdressing capes are fit for purpose, comfortable, easy to use, and hygienic.
To choose the right hair cutting capes for your salon, you need to understand all the different types of capes that are available and what they offer.
Some capes offer water-resistant jackets or cover-ups which are ideal for shampooing and styling. Other capes offer chemically resistant material, which is ideal for coloring.
Other cape options include children’s capes, stain resistant capes, and all-purpose cutting capes.
Other things you need to consider when choosing the right hair salon cape is the material, how much it weighs, and how it is fastened.
Different Types of Haircut Capes
To give you a better understanding of the different haircut capes available, we have provided a comparison of 4 hairdressing capes. There are other types of capes, but these are the most practical ones.
1. Salon Sundry Professional Hair Salon Nylon Cape With Snap Closure – 50″ X 60″ Black
This hairdressing cape is very durable and offers your customers with a professional looking cape that protects them and keeps them clean. It has an adjustable snap closure, which can fit around the collar and can be fastened at 12 inches up to 23 inches.
This cape is also lightweight, stain proof, waterproof, and features thinly hemmed edges. The material is nylon, which means that it can be easily wiped clean after use and reused.
One disadvantage of this salon cape is that it can’t stand hair coloring, so this one can only be used for washing, cutting, and styling hair. It cannot be used for hair coloring, as it will stain.
2. Sodial(TM) Black Hair Cut Hairdressing Hairdressers Barbers Cape Gown
Featuring a handy adjustable Velcro neck closure, which fits varying neck sizes, this cape is great for cutting hair and coloring hair. This cape is durable and lightweight, which is great for customers and hair salons.
The cutting cape is great for people who are taller and larger, as it is big and spacious. The cape measures about 150cm by 125cm while it is held flat. The material is nylon, which makes it easy to wipe down and use again.
One disadvantage of the Sodial cape is that the Velcro neck closure is quite wide, so it isn’t great for people with smaller neck dimensions. The Velcro is also not very durable, which might mean that you need to replace it.
3. Icarus Professional Nylon Hair Styling Salon Cape With Snaps
This reusable nylon haircut cape is great for professional salons who want to ensure the customer has a featherweight protection cape. The adjustable snap closure can fit various neck sizes and has a round collar. The high-quality nylon fabric is smooth, which ensures an easy and quick clean.
One disadvantage of the Icarus salon cape is that the front is longer than the back, which means that the back is not as well protected. This might make the customers back get wet during washing.
4. World Pride Salon Hair Styling Hair Cutting Cape
The World Pride Salon cape features an adjustable Velcro neck closure and ties which are great for various neck sizes. It also has a round collar which is easy to position on customers and easy to take off.
The lightweight, water-resistant nylon material is great for cleaning and reusing. This cape is very large, which is great for covering the entire body of your customers and shielding their body during the cutting and styling.
One disadvantage is that the cape is paper thin and quite flimsy, which means you need to be extra cautious when cutting near it.
Things to Consider When Choosing a Hairdressing Cape
Make sure you read the instructions provided on your capes. All capes are different and require different treatments, for instance, some may be able to be washed in a washing machine, whilst others may need to be taken to a dry cleaner.
Another thing you need to consider when buying your capes is the type of fastening, can the Velcro be washed? Does the sizing suit your customer’s neck sizes?
Still not sure what hair salon cape is best for you? Get in touch with us, and we can help you determine which type of hair salon capes you need for your business.
Sweetpea Barber Cape, Waterproof Hair Salon Cutting Capes Barber Shampoo Cape, Haircut Apron Cloth with Transparent Viewing Window, Hairdresser Apron, Haircut Cover for Men and Women(Red) Makeup Apron
MATERIAL: Is made of soft, lightweight, water-repellent and durable material, keeps your clothes dry and clean. SIZE: About 170 x 150cm, this barber cape is large enough to ensure a full coverage. No more worries about hair dyes, water dripping, shampoo mess and hair trimming all over your customer’s clothes. We’ve got you covered. This salon cape lays flat over your body and is long enough even for the tallest out there. TRULY WATERPROOF: Ditch your old and already torn apart barber apron and invest in this lightweight beauty. Our barber hairdresser aprons are tested and approved by professionals. They are 100% waterproof, stain resistant and machine washable. When you are done using, toss them in the washing machine and let it do the rest. KEEP YOUR CUSTOMERS ENTERTAINED & HAPPY: The clever and clear viewing window at the front of the cape will keep your customers entertained and busy for hours. Theycan use their cell phones to surf the net, upload pictures on Insta and even send text messages while enjoying a nice haircut. They can also read a magazine! How awesome is that? EXTREMELY VERSATILE HAIR CUTTING APRON: This hair cutting n’ styling cape is suitable for all. Women, and me, personal and professional use! Great for hair salons, barbers, hair stylists, hairdressers and DIY projects at home. Trim your kid’s hair, change hair style in the comfort of your living room or even use it for your pet’s hair grooming!
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