Plastic nail tips that are applied with adhesive and that cover the entire nail (full-well tips); press-on nails were made popular in the 1970s by Lee Pharmaceuticals and were the precursors to today’s tips.
When we asked NAILS Next Top Nail Artist first runner-up Lauren Wireman how she keeps her nail embellishments intact despite the damage that regularly occurs on the job, she revealed her simple secret...
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.
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Tipping has always been a sticky subject in the beauty industry. With mixed messages on whom and how much to tip, consumer tipping behavior varies widely. To curb that variance, some spas instituting automatic gratuities and service charges.
NAILS knows that there is some confusion when it comes to filing your taxes, so if you’re not reporting all your tips, read this. The IRS wants its fair share of your taxes and it’s trying to make it easier for salon professionals to follow the rules. IRS analyst Don Segal answers common questions.
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