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The Anatomy of a Finger and Nail
The Anatomy of a Finger and Nail

January 21, 2015
Illustrations by Yuiko Sugino You Might Also Like: Be a Nail Know-It-All Something to Talk About: Salon Sanitation I Survived a Salon Inspection

Test Your Salon Safety Knowledge
Test Your Salon Safety Knowledge

March 2, 2015
Use this downloadable quiz to test your students' knowledge of general salon safety and sanitation rules. Keep in mind that each state has its own...

Client of the Month: The Germaphobe
Client of the Month: The Germaphobe

November 1, 2014
them stress and anxiety. Most of your clients probably have at least mild concerns about sanitation; however, some may indeed be mildly germaphobic. WHAT TO DO: If your client clearly displays anxiety about sanitation, the best approach is to address her concerns head on, according to Leslie Roste, R.N., director of education for BlueCo Brands. “Offer to show your client all of the steps you take

Gelish Double-Ended Nail Prep Tool
Gelish Double-Ended Nail Prep Tool

October 28, 2014
With sanitary regulations to be mindful of, Gelish’s Nail Prep Tool can simplify your work life. This sleek, double-ended tool features a cuticle pusher on one end and a disposable nail buffer on the other. With this tool, salon owners and nail techs can address clients’ sanitation concerns while providing services. To use it, simply peel off the tab and place it on the pusher. Prep

Disposable Pedicure Kit
Disposable Pedicure Kit

January 30, 2015
Safe-T Nails’ is formulated to substitute the soaking process. Soften cuticles, sanitize nails, and moisturize skin with this waterless, environmentally friendly, and affordable pedicure product.

Something to Talk About: Salon Sanitation
Something to Talk About: Salon Sanitation

November 27, 2014
It’s likely your clients will hear horror stories of the risks associated with getting manicures and pedicures. Be ready with a response that...

On the Road: The Painted Nail
On the Road: The Painted Nail

November 29, 2014
by get the A-lister treatment. > Cazorla personally recruited a team of eight nail techs who work as hourly employees with a 40% commission rate. Each staff member is trained in customer service, inventory tracking and ordering, and sanitation, before they get to hit the floor. “My staff is well-rounded,” says Cazorla. “They don’t just show up, do nails, and leave. Everyone can jump in at any

Masks Unmasked
Masks Unmasked

January 29, 2015
, they are a great way to help ensure salon air quality remains safe.” Schoon tackles the real-life issues you want to know about — from health and sanitation to product chemistry and proper technique — in his ongoing weekly Internet series “Face-to-Face with Doug Schoon.” Learn more at www.facetofacewithdougschoon.com.

Healthy Living: Bloodborne Pathogens
Healthy Living: Bloodborne Pathogens

March 1, 2015
employer responsibilities and worker rights regarding bloodborne pathogens, discusses what can be done to control exposure, and includes a FAQ section and quick reference guide. You May Also Like: Something to Talk About: Salon Sanitation

Handout: How to Pass a State Inspection
Handout: How to Pass a State Inspection

May 23, 2014
Although there is a universal sanitation procedure, which is to clean with soap andwater and then disinfect with an EPA-registered disinfectant,...

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The U.S. Vietnamese salon industry represents more than half of all salons. VietSALON serves this market with a bi-monthly Vietnamese language print magazine and a community-oriented website.

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