Which celebrity set of nails are you dying to do?
Past Web Polls
Does your salon properly dispose of “hazardous waste” items like acrylic liquid, UV gel, and polish that’s gone bad?
Yes, all the time (34.5%)
No, we dispose of it in the regular trash or pour it down the drain (23%)
Unsure, I’m not in charge of product disposal (6.9%)
We use all of our product before it goes bad, so there’s no “hazardous waste” left. (27.6%)
How much do you spend per month on nail supplies?
Less than $100 per month (44.2%)
$101-150 per month (19.9%)
$151-200 per month (10.4%)
$201-250 per month (6.1%)
$251-300 per month (4.3%)
$301-350 per month (5.2%)
More than $350 per month (9.8%)
Does your salon offer Wi-Fi to clients?
Not sure (7.9%)
Does your salon do criminal background checks on its employees?
Not sure (15.3%)
N/A (I am the owner and the only employee) (28.6%)
What’s the age of the youngest client you’ve put acrylics on?
12 or younger (23.5%)
Older than 18 (12.6%)
I don’t do acrylics (9.1%)
How do you keep track of your clients’ personal preferences (like polish colors, beverage choice, and nail shape preferences)?
By memory (31.6%)
Manually writing it down on a client card (48.4%)
In a file or software program on my computer (11.6%)
I don’t keep track of this information (8.4%)
Who designed the interior look and feel of your salon?
We designed the salon ourselves. (81.3%)
We worked with professional designers. (6.3%)
We worked with non-professionals who have a grasp of interior design. (12.5%)
About how many different magazines (for client entertainment) does your salon keep in its waiting or service areas?
More than 15 (12.8%)
What social networking site do you use the most?
How do you typically handle an unexpected absence (such as an illness or emergency)?
I reschedule the affected clients to a different day on my schedule. (63.5%)
I reschedule the affected clients with another tech at my salon. (21.2%)
I reschedule the affected clients with another tech at a different salon. (0.6%)
I haven’t had an unexpected absence at my current job. (14.7%)