January 1, 2002
At Eclips Kids Salon and Spa the brightly decorated interior caters to the under-14 crowd with toys, stuffed animals, and video games.
May 1, 2001
Teen People says that teens are spending a fair amount of their allowances in salons.
Teen People’s recent survey of 9,000 self-appointed “leaders of pop culture” ages 13-21 found that more than 25% of the teens visit a salon for nail care.
May 1, 2000
Two things characterize today’s teens — a strong desire for self-expression and the luxury of disposable income. Both spell good news for the nail industry. As more students nationwide are required to wear uniforms, teens are relying on their nails to make a statement about their individuality.
August 1, 1997
Bright nail color and fun nail art rank high on pre-teens’ “way cool list.” Be the one to capture their interest and introduce them to salon services by throwing kids parties in your salon.
August 1, 1995
Three salon owners ventured into the world of children’s parties. They came out with renewed enthusiasm and roomful of potential clients.
February 1, 1995
Many of our readers report taking a great deal of pleasure in giving a little girl her first manicure, or helping to prepare her for a special occasion.
April 1, 1994
“I had one lady who was trying to get her granddaughter to stop sucking her thumb, so she asked me to paint Barney on it.”
July 1, 1993
Helen’s Hair Studio has found a unique way to make customers beat a path to the front door.
April 1, 1992
In a new twist on an old lyric, baby boomers are calling today’s youth impossible to manage. Is the new generation of workers bringing us to the eve of destruction?
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