January 1, 1996
I’ve been talking to several editors at the big consumer beauty magazines. They all seem to ask the same questions, like "What should someone look for in a good nail salon?"
May 1, 1995
As you might expect, price was not the determining factor in quality.
February 1, 1994
as I browse through the fashion magazines each month, I begin to think we needn’t worry about the message these so-called beauty authorities are sending about nail care because they’re on such a different wavelength from us anyway.
January 1, 1994
If you’re looking for nail care information in consumer beauty magazines, you’re looking in the wrong place.
October 1, 1993
salon clients want to purchase retail products directly from their stylists and nail technicians because they trust the professionals and because they believe the quality and selection of products sold in the salon are superior.
December 1, 1991
Are you prepared to respond to things they’ve heard about on the news and road about in the paper?
July 1, 1991
A good deal of the bad press nails have gotten over the years has been a result of clients who bad-mouth the profession after they’ve suffered some nail health problem, very often an infection.
December 1, 1989
If the beauty magazines are asking whether salons are safe, make sure you can answer your clients' same questions.
March 1, 1988
NAILS editor is interviewed for article on professional nail care, and although not always quoted correctly, the article is still good for the industry in general.
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