October 1, 1992
There has been a good deal of rejoicing in our industry over the fact that New York has finally passed a nail technician licensing bill.
September 1, 1992
August 1, 1992
The skills needed for suiccess in the nail business are similar to those in sales: believe in yourself, believe in your business, and be patient and tenacious.
July 1, 1992
Keeping squabblers from each other’s throats may simply be a matter of working out an agreement beforehand.
June 1, 1992
When salon owner Mary Sims sees a need, she develops a new business. Blushes Salon, Soap Opera Laundromat, and Valet Car Wash keep the customers satisfied.
May 1, 1992
April 1, 1992
This issue will hit the streets on the first day of the Midwest Beauty Show, smack in the middle of a very busy show season for salon industry professionals. It seems the perfect opportunity to encourage nail technicians to get to tradeshows.
January 1, 1992
If it’s your life, why don’t you have time? Here’s what you can do to protect yourself against eight time-wasters.
I suspect that many nail technicians who classify themselves as “independent contractors” may not be at all. I urge salon owners and booth renters to take a closer look at their situation before the IRS decides to take a closer look.
October 1, 1991
Nail technicians, who continue their educations actually earn more money on services than technicians who do not take classes.
September 1, 1991
This training, compensation and recruitment system promotes teamwork, enthusiasm, and the best possible service.
Ever have one of those days ... or one of those months? Here are a couple ideas to get you out of your rut.
June 1, 1991
Most reasonable people expect prices to rise every year or so, so don't be afraid to raise your prices regularly.
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.
Succulent Scrubs8 photos
24 Holiday Retail Items24 photos
Should I have a TV in my salon?
Is perfectionism on the job a blessing or a curse?
What low-cost extras do you provide that clients perceive as having a high value?
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