From flakiness to rudeness to indecision, some clients will inevitably display more less-than-considerate behavior than others.The following are some tips for handling your more challenging clientele and making the salon run as smoothly as possible in spite of bad behavior.
By NAILS Magazine
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Most clients lean toward one of five basic nail shapes: square, round, oval, squoval, or pointed. Use this handout to help your students decide on the proper shape for each client and to learn some techniques for filing it just right.
When a client’s hands are in desperate need of maintenance, one of the easiest ways to see improvement is to clean up the cuticles, but cuticle care makes some clients uneasy. Use this handout to teach your students how to reassure clients that their actions are safe.
Tradeshows, such as the International Salon & Spa Expo, America’s Beauty Show, and Premiere Orlando, are a convenient way to gain a lot of nail knowledge in a short amount of time.Here are some ways to help your students get the most out of their first show.
If you’re searching for inspiration, look no further than these shining examples of excellence in nail design. This look back at favorite Cover Tech Contest entries from years past will delight the eye and stir the creative spirit.