March 1, 2002
Dealing with a nightmare client isn’t a nail tech’s favorite part of the job, but it can be done in a quick and relatively painless manner. From writing letter to being Straightforward with her from the start, you can Straight that chronic complainer out or clump her for good.
July 1, 1993
Have a feisty client on your hands? Try these time-tested techniques for smoothing out her rough edges.
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