Everyone goes to the beauty supply store. Wow your clients and outdo the competition by picking up nail art supplies at unexpected locations. These nail professionals share their shopping secrets so that you think twice before you buy.
Where he shops: I shop where I shop because none of my local supply stores have what I want. I started buying on eBay and now I have two business partners (@DesignerNailSupply and @PINKNOVELERA) who send me free supplies for a cross promotion. I started networking on Instagram, where I show how I use my purchases.
Where she shops: Get creative nail supplies right from your own backyard and home. Why pay more when you already have them?
Where she shops: Tat (www.tatusa.enstore.com) just launched and they supply a lot of the art supplies I buy when I go to Japan.
Where she shops: Craft stores, the Dollar Store, pet stores, and hardware stores.
Where she shops: Bass Pro Shop, American Certified Bullion, and hardware stores. I look for things I can use in nail art wherever I am going.
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