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What’s It Going to Take to Make It in the ‘90s?

January 1, 1991  | Article

The 1980s were a time of extreme growth for the salon industry, and nails were its fastest-growing segment. Nail salons cropped up, it seemed on every corner. While this rapid growth was positive in that it brought professional nail care services to public attention, it also resulted in a proliferation of lower-quality establishments, which did not maintain acceptable standards of cleanliness or service.

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