June 9, 2011
Remember back when we talked about creating custom services? Just mixing and matching things in the product line that you already use to make something fun and interesting for the regulars or to help attract newcomers.
June 1, 2011
As you are reading this I am either running around like a crazy person trying to make sure I am not forgetting to take or do anything, driving to the airport, or flying off to London.
May 31, 2011
It seems that a lot of you did consider yourself slow! If you feel like you have the technique down, what can you possibly do to speed up? I’m sure you are tired of hearing it,
May 18, 2011
Ever had a bad day? Not a wimpy bad day like you ran out of Fruit Loops and had to eat Cheerios bad day, but the kind where the alarm goes off in the middle of
May 13, 2011
We have all heard them, the informative tips that people have for stronger nails, longer nails, and how to let your nails breathe. I nearly hurt myself laughing this morning reading a post on Nail Tips,
May 11, 2011
The response to the problem client blog was great! I would like to carry it over into another blog to address something that so many of you commented on having — wiggly clients! I put it
May 6, 2011
Do you have problem clients? I bet a face or two just popped into your mind’s eye! What do you consider a problem client? Some issues that we run into are not necessarily that the person
April 22, 2011
Do you ever feel like if you like one product you shouldn’t acknowledge other products? Or are you a big fan of closet chemistry mixing-and-matching whatever suits you? Sometimes nail professionals feel pulled in different directions
April 15, 2011
Getting started in the nail business can be intimidating. What prices do you charge? Are your services good enough? Can you survive on salon income? So many questions race through your mind. Once you get started,
April 8, 2011
Hello out there in nail land. How are things going this week? For the blog this time I would like to get some feedback on a few things I have on my blog to-do list so
April 5, 2011
Have you ever heard the tip debates asking if we prefer to be thought of as a waitress or as a doctor-type person? I’m not touching the whole tipping debate with a 10-foot pole today, but
April 1, 2011
How much of a tech junkie are you? Could you live without your laptop? Is your cell phone nearly a lifeline? To that end what would happen if one or both of them crashed, were stolen, or
March 23, 2011
Are you doing nails as a one man show, or in a small salon, or maybe booth rent? If you take your own form of payment, you may have noticed that clients are increasingly wishing to
March 9, 2011
I’m getting a little excited about going to America’s Beauty Show in Chicago this weekend to the point of drawing a total blank as to what to blog about! I have a fabulous roomie lined up,
March 4, 2011
Do you offer any home care advice above and beyond the usual? Maybe something fun, functional, or just plain creative to help clients take better care of their hands between visits? Wouldn’t it be nice to
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