October 1, 1991
Nail technicians, who continue their educations actually earn more money on services than technicians who do not take classes.
Keywords: continuing education Nail Manufacturers Council salary survey
September 1, 1991
This training, compensation and recruitment system promotes teamwork, enthusiasm, and the best possible service.
Keywords: nail tech assistants
September 1, 1991
Ever have one of those days ... or one of those months? Here are a couple ideas to get you out of your rut.
Keywords: As I See It combatting burnout motivation
June 1, 1991
Most reasonable people expect prices to rise every year or so, so don't be afraid to raise your prices regularly.
Keywords: service pricing
April 1, 1991
NAILS readers have shown overwhelming support for U.S. troops and revealed an especially caring deeply patriotic side even in the way they do business.
Keywords: As I See It nail art
February 1, 1991
I felt I should start my first editor’s note with some inspiring and encouraging words on change. Like change is good – it invigorates, it excites, it helps move us forward, keeps us on our toes. Change requires courage and an open mind. But let’s face it, change is also painful, uncomfortable, and anxiety-producing.
November 1, 1990
Keywords: professional-only products retailing
December 1, 1989
If the beauty magazines are asking whether salons are safe, make sure you can answer your clients' same questions.
Keywords: As I See It consumer press
August 1, 1989
Welcome back those clients who took the summer off.
Keywords: seasonal services summer nail art
July 1, 1989
Sculptured nails. Where would our industry be without them? According to one estimate, acrylics, tips, and overlays comprise 80 percent of the professional nail industry.
February 1, 1989
Keywords: company sales/acquisitions
December 1, 1988
I remain bouyantly optimistic about the nail industry, its status, and its future.
Keywords: business building customer service economy
March 1, 1988
NAILS editor is interviewed for article on professional nail care, and although not always quoted correctly, the article is still good for the industry in general.
Keywords: consumer press Creative Nail Design