January 1, 2004
We called nail techs and salon owners around the country to find out what’s on their wish list for the nail industry. From better education to an improved economy, here is what some nail technicians are hoping to see in 2004.
September 1, 2003
Here we are walking around with an excellent source of advertising and we are not all utilizing it! Ladies and gentlemen, please take a small amount of time for yourselves and fix those nails up.
March 1, 2003
Business is up. Business is down. The nail industry has had its share of stories over the last 20 years. Who better to tell them than a few veterans?
January 1, 2003
Does your business look professional or does it seem more like Betty’s Beauty Box?
December 1, 2002
Graduating from cosmetology school is only the beginning of what can be a fulfilling career in the nail industry — provided you take a step in the right direction. Knowing where and how to look for the perfect job and keeping up to date with trends are only a few things you can do to be successful right from the start.
March 1, 2001
September 1, 1999
The industry’s revolving door; through which nail technicians leave as quickly as they come, is a reflection of some deeper problems that hinder the industry’s growth and damage its reputation.
August 1, 1998
"Lose the nails or lose your job,” is what some companies tell their employees. Is it a justifiable restriction or are these companies staging nail witch-hunt?
November 1, 1995
What is the most important requirement in being successful in the nail industry?
May 1, 1995
Champagne and caviar are sophisticated; corned beef and cabbage are not. What else is sophisticated and what isn't?
November 1, 1994
Read on for Kessler’s surefire tips to increasing earnings and building your clientele.
September 1, 1993
For some of you, doing nails is just a job; but for many of you, doing nails is an exciting career that’s full of opportunity and rewards if you are dedicated.
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