Ahhh, November is here! I always look forward to this time of year because the weather is getting colder, the air is crisp, the leaves are changing colors, and the holiday season has finally started. I love fall, even though the cold weather makes my skin so dry (thank goodness for extra thick creams). It’s time to stock up on holiday gifts items, offer full-on promotions, and change the service menu.
Now's the time of year when clients suffer from dry, cracked skin and cuticles, so we always switch over to thicker creams, and we make sure to never forget cuticle oils and cuticle creams.
A new menu is created for those hands and feet that need a little extra hydration. I love to use Qtica hand and feet repair cream and CND hydration oil and incorporate those into our services. We also offer clients an extra 10% off take-home products so they can maintain their hydrated nails and skin.
The salon also switches to new decor. This year we are feeling purple. Next week, I will post some pictures to show you what we are so excited about. Until then, happy November everyone.
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