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Nail Techs Chat About Their Differences & Similarities

January 1, 2005  | Article

Editor’s note: For this piece we paired techs from different facets of the industry and gave them the microphone, so to speak, and got them to interview each other about their experiences in nails. Each tech asked and answered questions about their business, their clients, their motivation, how they cope, pushy coworkers, and, among other things, what they would change if they could. Read on for eight unique perspectives on your industry.

The Secret Lives of Nail Techs

January 1, 2005  | Article

Life outside the salon is the norm for a number of techs who enjoy a variety of alternative careers in nails. A few of them share what their life is like working on photo shoots, on luxury cruise liners, in hospital-based spas, at resorts, and as manufacturer’s educators.

Keywords: alternative careers  

House of Hip: Some Like It Hot Salon in Miami

December 1, 2004  | Article

When Nikki Mallon and partner Gary Feinberg found success in their separate ventures, a salon and a beauty boutique, they merged the two to create an even greater success story. Now, nestled under one large roof in Miami’s South Beach, the couple’s two businesses have blossomed into five — much to the delight of their clients.

Keywords: alternative services   salon decor/design   yoga  

Behind the Scenes: Everyday Nail Tech Reaches for the Stars

November 1, 2004  | Article

It didn’t take Elaine Watson long before she began setting her sights past the nail table.

Keywords: Behind the Scenes   Elaine Watson   gels   Star Nail Products  

OPI Computes With Kids

November 1, 2004  | Article

What do you do when you’ve got 70 essays to read, all written by children in need of a computer? If you’re OPI president and CEO George Schaeffer, you’ll make sure every child gets one.

Keywords: charity   George Schaeffer   OPI Products  

Ex-Execs Take to Salon Life

November 1, 2004  | Article

Call them corporate drop-outs or beauty drop-ins, we’d like to introduce you to four salon owners who abandoned the corporate fast track for the rewards of salon life and get their take on the industry.

Modern Nail Salon: Genie in a Bottle

November 1, 2004  | Article

When Skyy Hadley set out to open her own nail spa, she knew she wanted to create a peaceful hideaway spot where her clients could escape to relax. Not too far from the hustle and bustle of New York City, she found that perfect spot in a residential neighborhood in Hoboken, N.J.

Keywords: New Jersey   salon profiles  

On the Road: Salon Salon

November 1, 2004  | Article

Keywords: On The Road   salon profiles  

File Maker Passes Away

November 1, 2004  | Article

Mikey had a distinctive voice and when it was him on the phone you didn’t need to ask who it was.

Keywords: Michael Falley   obituaries   Realys  

In a Hurry?

October 1, 2004  | Article

While salon owner Melissa Hash originally planned to target teens, she quickly realized that there was demand for a moderately priced, fun, upbeat salon for everyone. Billing itself as an express salon and spa bar, Rush! In Gambrills, Md., is a hip full salon that appeals to the young and young at heart.

Keywords: Maryland   niche marketing   salon profiles   teens  

Kara Nail Bar

October 1, 2004  | Article

NAILS' art director Danielle Parisi visits Kara Nail Bar in Los Angeles. 

Keywords: On The Road   salon profiles  

NSI's New Ads Are Attention-Grabbers

October 1, 2004  | Article

Keywords: NSI  

On the Road at Mimosa Salon in Hermosa Beach, Calif.

September 1, 2004  | Article

Keywords: California   California salons   On The Road   salon profiles  

Guitar Nails

September 1, 2004  | Article

Keywords: doing nails for guitar players   special needs clients   Toni Stenmark  

Maxim and Pedi Redi Plus Turn Ten 10

September 1, 2004  | Article

Introducing Pedi Redi Plus to the market turned out to be easier than the founding couple had anticipated.

Keywords: company anniversaries   Maxim LLC   pedicure products  

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