Crowdsourcing: What will you be doing differently in 2020  when it comes to nails?
Crowdsourcing: What will you be doing differently in 2020 when it comes to nails?

I’m hoping to re-brand and re-focus. I want to expand my nail art skills. With that I am hoping to gain more clients who want to have nail art done. Right now I cater to a one-nail-color clientele. Only a few of them even like to have nail art done. I want to be more of a manicure artist.
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Informing California nail pros and salon owners about new booth rental laws.
Jaime Schrabeck
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Recycling as many single-use items as possible through a green salon program — we already recycle our used acetone and plan to go as green as we can by 2020.
Linda Sharp
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I need to take more time for myself and not be so worried about making content for social media all the time.
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After over 25 years behind the table as a booth renter, I’ve found myself a commission-based salon owner. I’m going to work on letting go of the reins and focus on maintaining my current healthy clientele and building my employees’ book of business. I’m looking forward to watching each of them gain success, especially my daughter who will be joining me as our esthetician.
Shelly Bundy
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Practice and build more clients, quit my corporate job. Open a nail salon!
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Charging more!
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I will be attending school to become a licensed nail tech.
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Improving my line work and attending advanced classes.
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Running the first mobile nail salon in my city.
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