(Reuters) - Hair-salon operator Regis Corp (RGS.N) reported a fall in quarterly revenue, as fewer people visited its salons.
Third-quarter revenue decreased about 1 percent to $574.0 million, the operator of the Vidal Sassoon and Supercuts chains said in a statement.
Same-store sales, or those in stores open at least a year, dropped 3.4 percent for the quarter, while customer counts slipped 3 percent.
Shares of the Minneapolis-based company closed at $17.92 on Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange.
Reporting by Ranjita Ganesan; Editing by Viraj Nair