March 23, 2012
Nail polish can sometimes go to waste if the entire bottle isn't utilized in time. However, Cosmopolitan, in its March 2012 issue, has a solution to this problem.
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?
May 1, 2009
It might be time to offer a short term "stimulus package" to keep your clients' business in this uncertain economy.
April 1, 2009
Are you a conscious salon?
March 1, 2009
The news is reporting layoffs, bailouts, and an unstable world market. Clients are murmuring about tight budgets and personal cutbacks. With the air heavy with dread, nail techs should focus on their psyche and their systems.
Nail salon techs need to be flexible and stay positive in order to survive in today's economic climate.
February 1, 2009
If you think salon ownership is easy, take this quiz before you make the leap.
December 1, 2008
On Deck Capital awards loans based upon business performance and cash flow, instead of relying solely on the personal credit history of the business owner.
October 1, 2008
When choosing professional products to use in your services, the product cost for each service should amount to approximately 7% of the service price.
July 1, 2008
Salon success handbook advises it is important to develop a working relationship with trainers in the industry.
May 1, 2008
It costs a lot more to gain a new client than to keep an old one.
April 1, 2008
Think you can’t go green with your salon? Think again. The trendy “green lite” movement takes environmentalism to a do-able level, providing you with small — but effective — ways to do your part in helping the environment.
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