Now’s the time to fill your retail section with a variety of calendars to suit every client’s needs. Whether they need a desk calendar or...
We typically break down our working status into three categories: employee, booth renter, and independent contractor. It’s a wise business owner...
Editor Hannah Lee urges us to examine our online manners.
This month we asked nail techs: What are the best-selling retail items at your salon? What has a hard time selling?
Add stocking stuffers to your salon’s retail section to create a simplified grab-and-go gift selection your clients will thank you...
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Everyone appreciates a well-organized space, but not everyone has the ability to maintain one. We asked an organizing guru to let us in on some of her trade secrets.
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Margaret Thomas’s nail-art-only appointments mean she can get right to the fun stuff.
Now’s the time to fill your retail section with a variety of calendars to suit every client’s needs. Whether they need a desk calendar or a wall decal to track every important date, you’ll be ready for them.
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We typically break down our working status into three categories: employee, booth renter, and independent contractor. It’s a wise business owner who understands how the IRS determines exactly which is which in their eyes.
Harmonic Convergence: Nail tech Michelle Fajdiga is part of a trio that sings jazz, blues, rockabilly, and even a bit of rock.
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Cover tech and NAILS Next Top Nail Artist 2nd runner-up Buddy Sims shows you how to get the look he created for the June 2014 cover.
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Should the salon owner do nails herself?
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