November 20, 2012
Along with an increase of goodwill, the holidays often usher in an elevated level of anxiety. This year, take steps to create a season filled with more merry and less stress.
November 1, 2009
Tips on how to survive and prosper this holiday season and end the year with a bang.
May 1, 2008
The job of nail tech poses a few special challenges when it comes to your health. The good news is, little changes go a big way toward ensuring a long and healthy career.
January 1, 2008
Late clients, bad bosses, staffing woes — nail techs often face situations that are out of our control. Sometimes we are able to gain control; other times we need to resign ourselves to our limitations and learn from the experience. Balance comes from knowing the difference.
July 1, 2007
Combat boredom in the salon by varying your routine and trying new things from time to time. Whether you’ve got a little downtime or you simply need to kick-start a new routine, there are many ways to re-energize and refresh your surroundings in order to up the entertainment factor of your job.
November 1, 2006
Incorporating simple stress-busting practices in (and out of) the salon can minimize the headaches of the hectic holiday season.
December 1, 2005
While it is a time of the year to make a lot of cash, don't neglect yourself this holiday season.
July 1, 2005
Feel like you’re in a rut? Give yourself an attitude makeover. Sometimes a change of perspective is all you need to ease the pressures of the daily grind and reconnect to the joys of your profession.
January 1, 2001
Do you ever wish the clock had more hours in it so you could get all of your work done? You’re not alone. Here, nail techs and industry professionals give the scoop on how they save a few extra minutes each day.
April 1, 1998
NAILS asked a group of nail technicians what they do to unwind and keep stress at bay.
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