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Tiered Pricing: Where Supply Meets Demand

October 1, 2000  | Article

Is multi-level pricing a solution for keeping the best nail technicians satisfied and motivated in their jobs? Some salons say yes, indeed.

Keywords: customer service   employee issues   finding/retaining staff   service pricing  

Reader to Reader

May 1, 2000  | Article

Where you send in the questions, and your fellow readers supply their answers. This month, you asked: Do you charge for nail repairs during fills?

Keywords: customer service   fills   Reader to Reader   service pricing  

The Price Is Right—Or Is It?

May 1, 2000  | Article

Would you willingly take a 25% pay cut? Well, we’ve got news for you: If you haven’t raised your prices, you’ve already taken one.

Keywords: finance   profitablity   service pricing  

Do Your Prices Measure Up?

June 1, 1999  | Article

Interested in adding nail art to your menu? Or do you already offer it but wonder whether you are charging the right amount?

Keywords: service pricing  

You Pick, You Pay

February 1, 1998  | Article

This salon owner can't stop her clients from picking their nails, but she can disincentivize it by charging them when they do. 

 

Keywords: customer service   difficult clients   service pricing  

Reader to Reader: Should a Beginning Tech Earn the Same Wages as a Senior Tech?

September 1, 1997  | Article

Most nail techs agree that seniority should bring a higher price. 

Keywords: service pricing   staff retention  

Manicures Prices Up, Acrylics Prices Down

September 1, 1997  | Article

It's a distressing fact that for the last few years there has been relatively little movement in salon service prices.

Keywords: As I See It   raising prices   service pricing  

Can You Afford (Not) to Raise Your Prices?

October 1, 1996  | Article

With services  prices flat for the sixth straight year, salon owners hesitate to raise their prices, even in the face of the rising costs of doing business. Are you sure it's clients' unwillingness, and not fear, that's holding your prices down?

Keywords: raising prices   service pricing  

A Salon Owners' Roundtable

October 1, 1996  | Article

It’s not always easy to network with other salon owners, since all of us are so busy, and many of us keep our business dealings “close to the vest.”

Keywords: Australia   international   networking   Paula Gilmore   service pricing  

Don’t Go Broke When Clients Go Natural

January 1, 1996  | Article

Learn to do a complete, top-quality manicure in a half-hour, including soak massage and price your manicure appropriately.

Keywords: Paula Gilmore   service pricing  

Nail Techs Reap the Rewards of Experience

June 1, 1995  | Article

Keywords: service pricing  

Time Is Money, But How Much?

October 1, 1994  | Article

What if you do all 10 nails? Is airbrushing priced differently from other techniques?

Keywords: nail art   service pricing  

10 Ways To Increase Your Income

October 1, 1994  | Article

Start by raising prices, then follow by reducing expenses, continuing your education, and managing your time. Then watch your income grow.

Keywords: budgeting   continuing education   nail tech assistants   profitablity   raising prices  

Nail Tech Compensation Survey 1994

June 1, 1994  | Article

There’s good news and bad news in this year’s income study: nail technicians’ average weekly income from services dropped by $15, but retail commissions and employment benefits are on the rise.

Keywords: booth rental   employee issues   income   salary survey   service pricing  

As I See It: Nail Technician Earnings Stagnant

June 1, 1994  | Article

On one hand, we are excited to finally have these detailed industry statistics, which include the employment benefits nail technicians receive, how much they spend on supplies, and what they earn in tips, among many other factors. On the other hand, it was discouraging to see that the average weekly income of professional nail technicians has dropped.

Keywords: As I See It   income   service pricing  

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