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Tabatha Coffey, the opinionated and tart-tongued viewer favorite from season one of "Shear Genius," takes over struggling salons across the country to whip both managers and staff into shape with her no-nonsense business style. She assesses each salon based on its customer service, cleanliness, professionalism and overall styling technique, setting high standards for the stylists she coaches.

Latest episodes

aired 344 days ago
Candolyn, of Candolyn's Salon, is losing control of her staff and losing customers from her business.
aired 345 days ago
Kathy has invested her life savings into Hairlab, but her out-of-control stylists and poor marketing has endangered her business.
aired 346 days ago
Tami, the owner of The Loft on Broadway in Long Beach, Calif., lacks hairstyling experience and avoids confrontation.
aired 347 days ago
The owner of Salon Tika learns he has MS and must rely on his two spoiled daughters to run the business.
aired 351 days ago
Tabatha attempts to elevate a Long Island strip mall salon which harks back to the 1980s with its big hair, plunging necklines and trash-talking stylists.
aired 352 days ago
Tabatha Coffey has one week to show a New Jersey party guy that he needs to grow up and take control as the owner of his business.
aired 353 days ago
Although De Cielo Spa and Salon promises a heavenly experience,the straight-talking Tabatha uncovers a filthy hellhole when she drops in.
aired 354 days ago
Tabatha races to save a business and the owners' marriage at a salon where the staff members feel oppressed by a handbook of strict rules.
aired 366 days ago
A stylist runs his salon into the ground in 18 months.
aired 366 days ago
A woman's loss of passion for her salon has seeped into staff and clients.
aired 366 days ago
Newlywed salon owners struggle with their business and their marriage.
aired 369 days ago
Owner Mike Garcia abandoned his NexGen barbershop business for nearly a year to work with youth ministry and his business suffered; Tabatha must step in and help Mike turn this once bustling business, into the upscale barber shop it was meant to be.
aired 369 days ago
A salon owner is left without her lead stylist when her sister abandons the business, and she becomes overly dependent on a terse manager who fails to provide adequate customer care.
aired 378 days ago
Tabatha help Dianne Bennett with her failing Bed and Breakfast that lacks style and doesn't even serve breakfast.
aired 380 days ago
Tabatha gives salon owner, Brian a wake-up call and inspires the staff to step in and help instead of walking out.
aired 380 days ago
Tabatha tries to motivate the salon owner Bridgette to encourage her employees and take a stand with her daughter.
aired 387 days ago
Tabatha tells a failing yogurt shop that keeps adding to their menu what they should sell and helps the owner become a boss.
aired 387 days ago
Tabatha tries to change the attitude of the owner and staff to keep Pat's Hair Shoppe afloat.
aired 387 days ago
Tabatha deals with an angry, grieving owner and a disrespectful staff to help Beyond Salon survive.
aired 387 days ago
Tabatha takes on two stubborn club owners of a failing gay dance club and tries to bring it into the new millennium.
aired 387 days ago
Tabatha teaches the immature owner of Jungle Red salon to grow up and stop relying on her daughter to take responsibility.

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