December 1, 2014
Have you thought about adding an esthetics license to your credentials? With dual licensing, you can increase your bottom line by offering both nail and skin care services, plus you’ll be that much more in demand by employers.
September 27, 2014
Launched in April, Aesthetics Exchange is an exclusive social network for licensed manicurists, cosmetologists, estheticians, and massage therapists.
December 1, 2001
In the booming spa industry, skin and Nail care services go hand-in-hand. Some nail techs are even going back to school to get a second license as an esthetician. And with dual licenses, you’ll be coveted by salon owners and clients alike.
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In the unique position of influencing the industry even before he had his license, Michael Wolper, along with partner Tony Wootton, has introduced...
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