MAGAZINE

February 2002 Issue

Our Salon of the Year issue.

A Good Man Isn’t Hard to Find

February 1, 2002

Men-as prospective clients-require different approaches and attitudes to entice them into the salon. Before you decide to market to the opposite sex, you need to make sure you salon and your service menu are ready for them.

Training Your Customers

February 1, 2002

Training and conditioning your clients to behave the way you want them to is both possible and necessary.

Keep Asking Clients What They Want

February 1, 2002

Even though it may seem like a client doesn't ever want to change, she usually likes to know that you haven't given up on her.

Salon Makeover of the Year Award Runner-Up, Rosemary Weiner

February 1, 2002

After being in business for only a couple of years, the road for Rosemary Weiner and her staff has pretty much been paved in gold.

Salon Makeover of the Year Award Winner, Wild Ivy Day Spa

February 1, 2002

When Wild Ivy Day Spa owners Leslyn Zak and Wendy Moore decided their business needed a makeover, they opted to change venues altogether. Although they loved the historic hotel the spa was located in, they felt there was simply too many obstacles standing in their way.

Educator of the Year Award Runner-Up, Joanne Linck

February 1, 2002

Anyone can teach you to manicure textbook-perfect nails – it takes a pro like Joanne Linck, head instructor at Cosmetique School of Nail Technology in Burnaby, British Columbia, to give a new tech the confidence to manage even the most hard-to-handle hands.

Educator of the Year Award Runner-Up, Barb Wetzel

February 1, 2002

As a nail tech, independent educator, and webmistress of the popular NailSplash.com, Barb Wetzel has spent the last 10 years sharing her knowledge and passion for gel nails, product chemistry, and a host of other technical subjects.

Educator of the Year Winner Tanis Darling

February 1, 2002

Tanis Darling joined the Ottawa Academy & West End Academy in Gloucester, where, as nail technician program instructor, she teaches one of the longest and most in-depth programs in the province.

Salon of the Year Awards Runner-Up, Nail Glyphx

February 1, 2002

She may run her salon from her home, but Julie Kellos’ Nail Glyphx is no small potato in the nail industry.

Salon of the Year Award Runner-Up, Body & Sol

February 1, 2002

In short years Christine Turner has steadily built a strong reputation for the salon within the industry and its community.

Salon of the Year Winner, Studio 10

February 1, 2002

“It’s unbelievable. I wasn’t even planning on entering the Salon of the Year category at first because we’d just moved into our new salon and things were so hectic.”

Salon of the Year Runner-Up, Perfect 10 Nail Salon & Day Spa

February 1, 2002

Owner Gina Marsilii has turned her business from a simple nail salon into an inviting day spa with a warm and friendly atmosphere, offering clients a wide range of stress-relieving treatments like massage, tanning, and facials.

Salon of the Year Runner-Up Natural Nails

February 1, 2002

Creating and maintaining a professional and progressive environment was the goal of Natural Nails salon owner Melody Umbs-Lloyd when she opened her doors in Greenfield, Wis., two years ago.

Salon of the Year Winner Awesome Nails

February 1, 2002

Although salon owner Mary Metscaviz has been in the nail industry for nearly 25 years, it wasn’t until three years ago that she opened her own salon.

Nail Tech of the Year Runner-Up, John Hauk

February 1, 2002

One of the most obvious reasons that John Hauk stands out in this industry is that he is a man. And he’s good, really good.

Runner-Up, Multi-Task Queen

February 1, 2002

“When I found out, I was a finalist for the second year in a row, I was very excited and nervous. I felt like I must be doing something right to be selected again as a finalis."

 

Winner, Rush Is On A Roll

February 1, 2002

Winning Salon of the Year, Nail Tech of the Year, and earning first place in the Top 25, Salina Rush made 2001 her best year yet.

Artists And Visionaries Are Industry's Cream Of The Crop

February 1, 2002

NAILS and The Industry Source (a Nailco company) are pleased to honor this year’s 14 finalists. We recognize these salon owners, nail technicians, and educators for raising the bar of professionalism and offering the utmost in services to their clients.

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