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The introduction of Vish, a revolutionary colour waste management application, alongside the ECOHEADS Ping, is redefining the standards for salon efficiency and eco-conscious practices. This powerful combination of salon efficiency tools and colour mixing technology is transforming how salons manage their resources, significantly impacting both the environment and their bottom line.


Vish represents the cutting-edge in cloud-based colour management, featuring a Bluetooth scale that accurately weighs colour mixes. It adeptly records and recalls colour formulas, refining them over time by analysing previous usage and waste. This enables a more precise recommendation of quantities for future services, thus minimising waste and enhancing efficiency.


Coupled with the Ping colour mixer, the impact on salon operations is profound. Together, they enable salons and stylists to save up to 29% on colour usage per service. This synergy between Vish’s precise measurements and Ping’s optimal mixing capabilities means stylists can use the exact amount of colour needed for each application. This precision not only conserves valuable colour products but also avoids the common pitfall of running out mid-application, a scenario that leads to waste of both profits and performance. With these tools, stylists and salon owners can be on top of and reduce the amount of product waste in their salons.


What we love about the Vish app, is that it not only records all of your clients’ formulas (eliminating the paper trail) but it also organises these formulas and updates them directly to your clients profile. When you combine this with the use of Ping, the amount used is reduced even more thanks to a smoother texture and better consistency, making each colour application much easier.


Joshua Howard, CEO of Vish said that a stylist that uses Ping and Vish together will highly reduce the waste of product, help the environment and maximise profits. He continued by saying Vish makes colour waste both “quantifiable and undeniable”. He went on by saying it isn’t just about the leftover product at the bottom of the bowl, it’s also about “actual waste – of product and profits knowingly going down the drain”.