January 1, 2005
April 1, 2002
For many nail techs, owning a salon is the next step in their careers. But for some, once they achieve this milestone they realize they’re not cut for ownership- for a variety of reasons. For other, it’s the realization that their dream wasn’t what it was cracked up to be
September 1, 2000
Thinking of retiring to that Greek island some time this year? Before you pack up your equipment, stop to consider how much hard work has gone into building you reputation and your clientele. You may not realize it, but you are sitting on a small gold mine.
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