November 1, 2008
The Nail Station in Huntington, Indiana uses an assortment of cranberry inspired products for a nourishingly tart pedicure service.
October 1, 2008
Mint Julip in Philadelphia uses real pumpkin in this autumn-inspired mani/pedi.
August 1, 2008
Painted Red Nails in Osterville, Mass. treats clients to a good-smelling, hand cleansing scrub and massage.
Carter's Salon in Grafton, Wisc. uses Qtica Pomegranate Lime Foot Soak, Sugar Scrub, Moisture Mask and Lotion for this particular Pomegranate Pedicure.
July 1, 2008
Razzle dazzle your clients with an invigorating pedicure and massage using raspberry and eucalyptus-peppermint scented products.
July 1, 2008
Salon owners from some of the coldest parts of the U.S. and Canada offer their advice on how to coax those feet back out to enjoy satisfying winter pedicures.
June 1, 2008
Signature Service by Pamper Me Please Travel Spa, Washington D.C./Maryland/Virginia
June 1, 2008
Light blue walls, natural bamboo elements, and a crystal chandelier give off a fresh feeling in this cute shabby chic salon.
Nail Taxi's own Cinnamon Bun Scrub makes this pedicure sugar and spice and everything nice.
May 1, 2008
Using Cuccio Naturalé's Scentual Spa Signature Service Enhancement Kit in Milk & Honey, the Element Day Spa in Los Angeles gives its clients a most welcome "after-school" treat.
Using products from CND's Spapedicure kits, the Samone Spa Bar gives clients the ultimate pedicure pick-me-up.
April 1, 2008
Don't wait until summer to try this refreshing treatment using Qtica Mandarin Honey products and fresh lemons.
Coffee and vanilla aromas combine and comfort in this soothing service for the hands.
March 1, 2008
Give your clients a day in the tropics using these aromatic pedicure products spiked with coconut, mango, honey and rum!
February 1, 2008
Five marketing tips to push your salon to achieve extraordinary results.
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