December 1, 2002
Pedicures serve many purposes from the therapeutic to the beautifying to the pampering. Here we show you how to customize your services to the special needs and desires of pedicure clients in need of a touch up, an overhaul, or simply an hour of luxury.
November 1, 2001
Just as restaurants can’t profit simply from selling entrees, salons can’t profit simply from selling basic services. In order to make more money, you need to sell add-on services that can increase your bottom-line profits in as little as two minutes’ time.
April 1, 2001
These days, offering simple nail services is not enough. In keeping with the natural nail trend, salons and spas throughout the country are offering a selection of relaxing, pampering and even mouth-watering manicures and pedicures.
June 1, 1999
Research is beginning to prove what practitioners have long known. Reflexology promotes good health. Nail technicians are uniquely positioned to catch the wellness wave as reflexology rolls into its own as a salon service.
March 1, 1998
While reflexology continues to grow as an add-on service, very few states even recognize its existence.
January 1, 1998
Everyone's feeling the heat of competition from discount salons. Some are doing something about it. Here are three add-on services readers recommend to bring in more money and enhance client satisfaction.
August 1, 1996
Offering foot reflexology in your salon is a perfect complement to pedicure services.
May 1, 1995
Champagne and caviar are sophisticated; corned beef and cabbage are not. What else is sophisticated and what isn't?
April 1, 1995
Looking for a great add-on service? Here’s an idea of what you need to learn, what you need to stock, and how to keep informed on this hot service.
May 1, 1993
Reflexology requires skill and some intuition, but experts say clients are willing to pay more to feel better.
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