November 1, 2006
A career in the nail industry has its fair share of rewards, but with it can come issues that challenge even the most die-hard professional. From finding it difficult to retail products to being allergic to chemicals in the salon, it seems almost every nail tech has some concerns regarding her occupation.
September 1, 2006
How about a VIP program or a "client recovery" program?
August 1, 2006
To reward good customers and increase client loyalty, some salons are implementing VIP programs where members pay a yearly fee in exchange for special privileges. A well-implemented VIP program will increase your salon’s bottom line as well.
Don't let a visit to your salon feel stale. Liven it up with these 10 fresh ideas.
July 1, 2006
Tweaking common salon-speak to communicate clearly and creatively is a simple, savvy way to distinguish your salon from the masses. Here, we show you how to pump up common phrases and words in your marketing and promotional materials to make them more powerful.
May 1, 2006
Prom season can be just as profitable as bridal season if you play your cards right and treat your guests like it's the special day they want it to be.
April 1, 2006
From revisting your goals to hiring a coach, here are 10 powerful and practical steps you can take — beginning today — to propel yourself into action and success.
March 1, 2006
More and more salons are discovering the benefits of e-newsletters. From featuring coupons to promoting a new product or service, they’re helping salons reach out to new and loyal clients in a fun, up-to-date way. Find out how you can get your own e-newsletter in your customers’ inboxes.
February 1, 2006
While it’s always important to find new clients, don’t forget the ones you’ve lost along the way. If you can discover why they left, you can determine the best technique to woo them back.
January 1, 2006
How about starting a membership program for loyal clients?
December 1, 2005
It doesn’t take a lot of effort to make your plus-size clients feel at home. All that’s required is a little awareness and sensitivity — and perhaps some minor modifications to your manicure and pedicure set-ups.
September 1, 2005
What are the wildest excuses you've heard from your clients?
August 1, 2005
Ever thought your salon would be the first stop of a bachelorette party, or that your services would be a hot commodity for an office party? Group appointments that have traditionally been reserved for bridal parties have exploded into a must-have indulgence for a myriad of celebrations.
June 1, 2005
Coach advises nail tech that to serve her primary customers, she'll have to change her hours to accommodate them.
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Holiday Retail Made Easy35 photos
Mr. Van Cao, President of Pro Spa, Inc., a Garland, Texas based pedicure spa manufacturer, introduced his company's exclusive line of pipeless...
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