October 1, 2000
Is multi-level pricing a solution for keeping the best nail technicians satisfied and motivated in their jobs? Some salons say yes, indeed.
August 1, 1999
Experience is the hardest teacher, but one of the wisest. So why not take advantage of others’ hard-earned advice when you have the opportunity? We asked several industry consultants what the most common mistakes are that salon owners make, and how our readers could avoid them.
February 1, 1998
You may suspect you have a personnel problem, but when your entire staff walks out, you know it’s time to change the way you do business.
October 1, 1997
In 1996, 490,000 employees left jobs in salons.
August 1, 1996
The idea for the one-year-old cosmetology personnel agency grew out of DeVenuto’s own experience as a salon owner who often wished she could find temporary help.
April 1, 1996
Networking with other salons at a tradeshow, or even at an informal breakfast meeting can make many good ideas go a long way.
January 1, 1996
To keep new talent flowing into your salon you need to create a strong working relationship with the nail education director at your local cosmetology school.
December 1, 1995
New nail technicians are diamonds in the rough. Here’s how salon owners help neophytes polish their skills to perfection.
November 1, 1995
October 1, 1995
10 ways to motivate and retain top staff
September 1, 1994
January 1, 1986
Cosmetology Referral Service, which claims to be the first of its kind in this field, has reported an overwhelming response from cosmetologists, salon owners, beauty colleges, manufacturers and distributors of products.
The Latest and Greatest Gels: Soft/Soak-Off8 photos
The Latest and Greatest Gels: Hard/Traditional18 photos
The main element in the essential oil of peppermint, used in beauty products for its cooling qualities.
Should I have a TV in my salon?
Is perfectionism on the job a blessing or a curse?
Do I need a special permit to do medical pedicures?
Should the salon owner do nails herself?
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