Gain insight into the nail industry in Vietnam. This slideshow accompanies the sixth story in NAILS’ InternatioNAIL series: Vietnam: A Tale of Two Countries.
Read about the Vietnamese nail industry here.
You'll find the entire series here.
Cuccio products are distributed via Kelly Pang Nail, a savvy way to grow brand awareness within Vietnam.
Students smile in this graduating class photo from Kelly Pang Nail. Their next step may be to do nails within Vietnam or to relocate to another country and pursue a career in nails there.
A Vietbeauty 2016 project manager says that a mobile nail printer was the biggest attraction for nail professionals who attended the inaguaral show.
Similar to U.S. tradeshows, at Vietbeauty 2016 attendees could demo many of the nail products on display.
The inaugural Vietbeauty attracted 150 exhibiting brands.
The launch of the Vietbeauty 2016 tradeshow is a sign of growth of the Vietnamese professional beauty market.
Merci Nails offers both hand and foot services.
Traditional nail polish is the most popular medium in Vietnam. (Nail art by Merci Nails & Cafe)
Classic nail shapes, such as ovals and squares, are mainstays in Vietnam. (Nail art by Merci Nails & Cafe)
Merci Nails targets modern Vietnamese and expatriate clients who are focused on health and sanitation.
Merci Nails & Cafe in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, resembles boutique salons in the United States.
Truong captures a typical street scene in Ho Chi Minh City.
Vu “Bryan” Nguyen Thien Nguyen, international Hand & Nail Harmony educator, poses at the company’s booth at Cosmobeauté Vietnam.