May 1, 2009
Have a rich experience with the Caviar Spa Manicure.
August 1, 2008
Painted Red Nails in Osterville, Mass. treats clients to a good-smelling, hand cleansing scrub and massage.
March 1, 2008
A good manicure or pedicure should make clients feel special and pampered. Some services push the boundaries in terms of techniques, ingredients, and price to make them exceptional. Take a look at these services that go above and beyond.
August 1, 2007
An Eastern-inspired service that incorporates tamanu oil (an oil from Tahiti’s ati trees), coconut oil, and mandarin, this manicure is ideal for clients in need of a tropical getaway.
May 1, 2002
This summer, why not treat your clients to some signature spa-like service (and make more money while you’re at it)? Besides offering the tried-and-true basic pedicure services, try mixing it up by tailoring your services to match the weather’s mood!
October 1, 2001
With all of the media hoopla focused around natural nail care, can you afford to not have it on your service menu? Find out what to offer and how much to charge.
September 1, 1999
Chase away clients' summer's damage wtih salt scrubs, seaweed wraps, mud treatments, and glycolic treatments.
May 1, 1999
Are clients’ hands and feet looking a little dull? Is their skin dry and flaky? Help them shed a few extra layers of dead skin with one of these revitalizing exfoliating services.
March 1, 1999
Whether they gain relief of bothersome symptoms or they just love the pleasing fragrances, the American public has a love affair with aromatherapy.
January 1, 1995
Because your clients differ your services should, too. Some clients need to get in and out of the salon quickly; others want the total salon indulgence. Make everybody happy by offering several types of manicures.
August 1, 1994
Modified skin treatments for hands can double client enjoyment (as well as the price) of a manicure.
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