February 25, 2014
Editor Hannah Lee challenges you to look at your nail art pricing structure to determine whether you're selling yourself short.
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November 20, 2013
“Our motto is ‘nails with endless possibilities.’ We do whatever we can to live up to that,” says Tanaya Middleton, who owns Treasure Nothing Better Nail Studio in Baltimore, Md., along with her partner Sheena Smith.
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March 13, 2013
As much as she loves doing nails, Dana Gonzalez-Kurtz, owner of Artistry of the Nail at Salon Shibumi in Portland, Ore., draws the line at doing things that eat into the profits she’s entitled to.
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November 7, 2012
Candice Everest, owner of Panache Nail Studio in Stanwood, Wash., offers these four steps to determine how much to charge for a given service.
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July 20, 2011
Total beauty in under an hour is a team effort at Style Bar Beverly Hills. For less than $100 ($99 to be exact), clients receive a hair blowout and style, a professional makeup application, and a perfect manicure and pedicure.
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February 28, 2011
When an increase in service pricing is based upon pre-designated standards, techs can make the move with confidence instead of concern — regardless of the economy.
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January 1, 2011
How much would it be worth to you to have clients pay up to two months in advance? Kim Hanzlik, owner of Nails, Hands, Feet and Toes in Winnemucca, Nev., offers clients the option of paying in advance and discounts their service by $5 as an incentive.
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October 1, 2010
“Why give away your time for free when you can be charging for it?” asks Elaine Watson, Star Nails’ global education director and vice president of marketing and sales.
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March 1, 2010
Part art, part science, pricing your services is one of the most important and delicate tasks you’ll undertake in the salon. And no two salon owners approach it quite the same. We asked readers: How do you decide how much to charge for a particular service?
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February 1, 2010
Train your staff — and yourself — to answer this sensitive question so you’re able to respond quickly and confidently to clients’ concerns.
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January 1, 2010
Mobile nail tech Sherry Baro wasn’t sure how the economy would affect her target market — seniors and adults with disabilities. So two years ago she instituted several measures to keep supply costs low.
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September 1, 2009
The manicurist-aka Rebecca Seals has returned! Sit back for a chuckle while she reprimands clients who use and abuse their techs.
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May 1, 2009
Simple things like UV top coat, extended massages, and nail art, can be offered as extras to standard manicures and pedicures for a small charge, and the small increase in revenue can really add up over time.
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December 1, 2008
Income cooling off with the weather? Add a touch of heat to bring clients back in from the cold.
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December 1, 2008
As the chill of winter settles in, clients begin to look for ways to take quick retreats from the cold. By adding a heating element to your service, you can set yourself apart from other salons as a winter indulgence, and maybe even warm your clients up into paying a little extra.
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