Hair Stylist & Salon: Business Card & Brochure Designs

Joanna —  March 17, 2009 — 2 Comments

Hair Stylist & Salon Brochure, Postcard, Stationery, Flyer & Ad, and Poster Designs

Create professional marketing materials for a hair stylist with graphic design templates. Customize the layouts to create unique designs for brochures, flyers, posters, and more. Embrace a change with flashy new promotional pieces. Advertise your salon with hair stylist and salon templates >

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StockLayouts professional designs of brochure templates, postcard templatesposter templates, flyer templates, letterhead templates and business card templates for creating print marketing materials are available for purchase and download online and are fully customizable in a choice of file formats including QuarkXPress, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW, Microsoft Publisher, Microsoft Word and Apple iWork Pages. Created with high-quality output in mind, the template designs are easy to edit, and suitable for printing in-house on a color printer or on an offset press. The do-it-yourself marketing templates help users promote their business and look more professional with high-impact designs!

2 responses to Hair Stylist & Salon: Business Card & Brochure Designs


    Using a template such as these is an incredibly easy way for anyone to design their own marketing campaign at a low cost. How convenient that you can download these templates to nearly any design program! Be careful when considering printing in-house, though. Marketing materials such as brochures and postcards are very difficult to print correctly. A professional printing company can easily solve printing issues such as bleed, trim, folding, color, and even image resolution.


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