April 20, 2011
Take advantage of the increased demand for double services and your salon could gain the reputation of being the go-to place to meet for coffee, drinks, even dinner and a movie.
March 2, 2011
Adorable princess party items are not only smart retail options for little mani/pedi parties, but they also serve as add-on sales for mommy-daughter visits to the salon. Try showcasing these cute costumes and accessories on a princess-themed display.
November 22, 2010
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Six talented nail artists present their designs to help moms and their daughters bond. Whether your clients are mother/daughter duos who love to look the same or would rather express their individuality we’ve got something for you to choose from.
June 1, 2010
“I have found in recessionary times people will find the money to spend on their children more then they will on themselves,” says Carolyn McNairn, the owner of a mobile spa business who started offering kids spa parties two years ago in response to a growing demand. McNairn shares all she’s learned in her new guide, “How To Start a Kids Mobile Spa Business.”
March 16, 2009
Mommy & Me Manicures = Quality Time
November 1, 2008
The kiddie and teen demographic for money-making potential is anything by tiny.
Joi Nail Spa in Berkeley, Calif., enriches its community with a unique assortment of services, including authentic Chinese reflexology.
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