A salon owner has a lot on their plate that employees know nothing about. It's important that the owner is not so busy working IN their business, that they can't work ON their business. Here's how one owner started to free herself up.
In a world where everyone loves to give an opinion, why ignoring some of them can be the best thing you do. Business consultant Phil Jackson from Build Your Salon, discusses how not all opinions count.
We often see the words “luxe” or “high-end” attached to many of sophisticated salon names. But what about little vintage salons that used to be all the rage? Meet Julia Paul in Windsor, Virginia who “inherited” a back-in-the-day salon, and is trying her very best to bring the location into the twenty-first century.
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.
“We have found that customers are ready to adopt touchless check-ins and check-outs. They appreciate the simplicity and convenience. And they also understand how it helps everyone maintain health and safety guidelines during COVID-19.”