February 1, 2008
A one-stop shop for luxury, the Japanese-inspired Ville de Coco nail salon is nestled on the ground floor of one of Waikiki’s most popular hotels, bringing in guests from around the world.
February 1, 2007
Salons have always been centered around a beauty philosophy — but what happens when salons extend that outlook to include Mother Earth? As green salons pop up all over the country, find out what this trend means to you.
September 1, 2006
Many people believe feng shui, when used properly, can give your salon business an enormous boost. Our expert tells you how to apply these ancient principles to your salon’s layout and decor to increase harmony, good luck, and prosperity.
June 1, 2006
Nobody likes to think of worst-case scenarios — like coming face to face with a lawsuit. But in the real world, things do go wrong, and nail salons are at risk of being named in a customer’s lawsuit. Unless you can afford to lose your salon and all that you’ve worked hard for, you can’t afford to be without professional liability insurance.
June 1, 2005
April 1, 2001
“A simple coat of paint or a new seating arrangement will give your salon a new look for spring,” advises Rom Provenzana, owner of Illinois-based Zano Salons. He offers these spring-cleaning tips to spruce up your salon without breaking you budget.
February 1, 2001
Dina Meri, the family-owned business that specializes in plastic roll-abouts and related salon products, got its start in Italy in 1961 and officially opened in the United States in 1981.
November 1, 1995
Custom-built nail stations can be tailored to the nail technician's needs -- and at a price that's more comfortable than you think.
April 1, 1995
Industry, business, and government organizations can lend you a helping hand when starting a new business.
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