As I'm getting settled in, I have a few more decisions to make. One of them is whether I should have a retail area. I have never had retail on hand, but if a client needs something I of course get it for them.
I have a very small area that I could devote to retail, but I'm just stumped on what to offer. I know cuticle oil and lotions are good products to offer, but I would love to have some off-the-cuff items as well.
How did those of you that have retail spaces figure out what you should sell? Especially those with smaller areas.
—Crystal, The Purple Pinky Nail Salon, Danville, Ky.
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