Nails: Andrea Clark.
Photography: Kelly Herrin
June 1, 1986
If you are not offering a therapeutic program of natural nail care for nail biters or clients with damaged nails, you could be missing out on an important source of additional income and clientele for the salon.
Known as SENTEC — Society for Excellence of Nail Technicians and Education Continuation — the society is now establishing itself throughout Western Canada.
With more than 100 booths and a complete schedule of competitions, the Florida show has also established an educational program that includes technique and business related seminars.
Part of the satisfaction of being a nail technician comes when a client reacts immediately to a job well done by saying, “I love my nails. They look beautiful!”
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