Party nails are temporary nail extensions. Party nails are inexpensive and a less time-consuming service, and they’re great for clients who want their nails to look longer and nice for a special event.
If tomorrow morning you posted a sign that said “no tips please,” what do you think would be the impact? No-tipping policies in salons, spas, and waxing studios are slowly but surely changing the way clients not only pay, but view their nail service professionals.
Consumers pay well to make their own dinner at cooking classes and paint their own art at wine-and-canvas parties, so it follows that a similar DIY group-bonding experience would excel in a social space like a nail salon.
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For clients who aren’t regular nail-wearers, temporary tips can be just the thing to add dazzle to a special event like a wedding or a prom.
Nail tips are made by a meticulous process that involves a computer, complex mathematical calculations, acetate pellets, and high-powered injection molding machines.
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