Business Management

Take a tip from…NSI’s Risé Carter

NSI's Risé Carter offers some tips on saving money in the salon.

NSI’s national director of sales and education Risé Carter offers some tips on saving money in the salon:

> Buy larger sizes to lower the cost per service and increase the profit margin. High-quality nail products, such as NSI’s, offer an extended shelf-life of up to a year, so there shouldn’t be a fear of product waste.

> Store all products as if they were fine wine — in a cool, dark place — to maximize shelf-life.

> Do the math and calculate what each service on your salon menu will cost the salon. By knowing this, you can accurately and profitably price your services.

> A salon should always take advantage of manufacturers’ and suppliers’ deals in order to stock up on products when they are least expensive

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