This week around the studio I have really been focusing on changing things up by adding some new things. I have been working on making the outside more appealing by redoing some of the flowerbeds that are along the path to the studio. It's amazing how adding a few pretty flowers can make the studio more welcoming.
I have also been adding some new things inside the studio. The main thing I added was the Amir Argan Oil Hair & Skin line to my retail products. I have been using the moisturizing lotion on my clients for several weeks now and they love it! A good friend of mine, Clay Lindsey, is the owner and director of sales for Beauty Bros, a local company based here in Oregon. I love his company because it is very hands-on. He comes to my studio twice a month and has his products with him, so I'm able to purchase them on the spot. I don't know about you but I hate waiting for my products to come in the mail!
I am also continuing to mentor a fellow nail tech here in town and help her with her business. It's such a good feeling to be able to help someone else achieve their goals and dreams!
Month three of Graffiti Nail Bar’s new location has been more than a handful and to say it’s been interesting is an understatement. I’ve had a few manicurists inquire about working at GNB over the last
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Summer has officially started for us here in Virginia. Schools are out and, as many others, I made the list for "worst end-of-the-year moms" :)Between tardies, gluing junk to homework, and reading baby books to save