From passing your state board exam to understanding different compensation systems to preparing your resume for an interview, this section helps you figure out what you need to know when you are just getting started.
Now that you have a job, you want to know how you can build your business. This section shows you how to reach out to clients and build your clientele.
From understanding what it means to keep yourself and your clients safe to answering some of your most frequently asked technical questions, this section helps you stay on top of your game.
So you've got the job and the clients, and now you want to know how to stay abreast of the latest and greatest in the nail industry. This section offers up a selection of new products from professional manufacturers and a list of online resources to help you in your journey.
We're committed to today's nail care professionals, but also to the nail care professionals of TOMORROW. That's why we produce our annual Career Handbook, a guide for students and newbies.
We consider ourselves Partners in Education in the effort to inspire and help train the next generation of nail technicians and help them succeed. If you'd like to know more about advertising in the Career Handbook (which ships in June), call publisher Michelle Mullen at (310) 533-2465. If you're a school and would like to reserve your no-charge copies of this issue, please e-mail [email protected].
Our special "Partners in Education" Program, also provides for free subscriptions to NAILS Magazine to instructors and educators in cosmetology schools. We provide complimentary subscriptions to qualified schools and also provide free six-month subscriptions to their students. To sign up, fill out the Partners in Education form. If you have any questions, email [email protected]
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