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On the Road: Chi Nail Bar & Organic Spa, Beverly Hills, Calif.

June 1, 2009  | Article

Chi Nail Bar, located right off the well-known shopping mecca that is Rodeo Drive, opened this February. I think we can all admit that it’s not exactly the ideal time to open up a new business, what with the economic crisis and all. But that didn’t stop Ton, a second generation nail tech, from opening up her newest salon. In the business for 10 years, Ton owned several other salons before coming across the space in chic Beverly Hills.

Keywords: gel overlays   nails-only salons   On the Road   salon decor/design   Vietnamese salon industry  

On the Road: Krème de la Krème, Belmont Heights, Calif.

October 1, 2008  | Article

Managing Editor Sree Roy says, " As a new resident of Long Beach’s Belmont Shore neighborhood, I’m frequently asked for my nail salon recommendation. I'm happy to say I finally have an answer."

Keywords: boutique nail salon   nails-only salons   On the Road   opening a new salon   salon decor/design  

On the Road: Sugarcoat, Atlanta, Ga.

July 1, 2008  | Article

Sugarcoat: A Nail and Beauty Bar in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood stands out amongst the other boutique, upscale, and discount salons in the city because it’s developed a unique brand that’s reinforced through every aspect of its business.

Keywords: awards   boutique nail salon   branding   nails-only salons   On the Road  

Not Your Mother’s Nail Salon

March 1, 2007  | Article

Opening last year in one of the country’s few remaining Japantowns, Sakura Nail Bar takes advantage of its historic location and focuses its efforts on a young clientele.

Keywords: nails-only salons   salon profiles  

Part of the Neighborhood

January 1, 2006  | Article

Old northeastern charm and manners meet a bright nail business at Wet Paint Nail Spa in Cambridge, Mass.

Keywords: nails-only salons   salon profiles  

Nothing Artificial

January 1, 2006  | Article

Ten years ago any nail tech would have called you crazy if you said you were opening a salon that offered only natural nail services. Today, successful natural nail salons are servicing a growing clientele, and most are doing it with very little marketing.

Keywords: boutique nail salon   nails-only salons   natural nail care   service recipes  

On the Road: The Nail Lounge, Costa Mesa, Calif.

December 1, 2005  | Article

"Cabana" boys and girls take care of the normal grunt work enabling the techs to focus solely on their client and perform top-notch services.

Keywords: nails-only salons   On the Road   salon profiles  

Nails-Only Programs on the Decline

October 1, 2005  | Article

Around the country, enrollment in nails-only programs at traditional cosmetology schools is down. Meanwhile, students are flocking to skin-care programs. But despite the challenges these changes pose for schools, employment opportunities for nail graduates remains strong.

Keywords: cosmetology schools   discount salons   nails-only salons  

Specialize or Diversify?

April 1, 2002  | Article

Can nail salons remain successful if they only offer nails?

Keywords: As I See It   customer service   nails-only salons  

On the Road: Nails Now!, Plano, Tex.

April 1, 1997  | Article

Ira Bloom does everything in a big way. Maybe it’s living in the state of Texas. Bloom owns the biggest nail salon in the country, and when it comes to business, he does not work on a small scale.

Keywords: nails-only salons   On the Road  

Nigeria’s First Lady of Nails

December 1, 1995  | Article

Being a nail pioneer in Nigeria isn’t easy. But Adetokunbo Awogboro is blazing trails right and left, with a little help from loyal clients, and a friendly customs officials or two.

Keywords: distribution   international   licensing   nails-only salons   opening a new salon  

Editor’s Note: What’s Happening to Nails-Only Salons?

June 1, 1992  | Article

Keywords: As I See It   nails-only salons  
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