It’s easy to forget that the real reason a client is in your chair is to get their hair, nails, or skin done. There are three items I would never share with someone I see every six weeks for a paid service—no matter how cool they are.
Vinson, the creator of "Bankrupt to Booked Up" will join NAILS for a free webinar on business-building for nail techs. Here, Vinson talks to NAILS about how she started out as the Mobile Manicurist and quickly built a clientele.
Washington's too crazy for me—that's what I always thought, until Covid hit me. And that's when I started paying more attention. Read on for some of the proposed budget plans that could offer some relief to salon pros.
Going to the nail salon has become a beacon of brightness in an otherwise complicated world. Guests anticipate the same delightful service and they deserve the cleanliness and care that comes with a pandemic-prepared salon.
What does this mean to nail business or nail tech professionals who have struggled (or are still struggling!) through at least one COVID-19 reopening phase? Stay proactive! It’s smart business to refresh, refine and set yourself apart with what is now the beauty essential, sanitation.
Many salons have struggled to survive through COVID-19 closures. As they reopen under new guidelines, salon owners and staff are finding smart ways to adapt and grow their business through access to valuable offers on products and services.