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Know the Warning Signs of Chemical Sensitivity

May 1, 1993
then I had read enough to think something was chemically wrong with me. So I pulled all the high

A Good Salon Manager Can Relieve The Owner and Motivate the Troops
A Good Salon Manager Can Relieve The Owner and Motivate the Troops

February 16, 1993
to manage by the philosophy common to many business owners: If you want something done right, do it yourself

Whose Product Is It Anyway? Understanding Counterfeits and Knockoffs

July 1, 1998
compares itself to Salon Es­sentials in its advertising. "We wanted to have some­thing to offer our mail

What’s Wrong With Our Schools?
What’s Wrong With Our Schools?

November 1, 1992
manicure. There are ridiculous requirements in the curriculum, and it’s almost impossible to get something

Today’s Wonder Top Coats to the Rescue

September 1, 1992
that’s something worth mentioning,” Top coats are the ideal tool to protect your clients’ jewel

Brush Basics

August 1, 1992
believes it will last longer. “If you’re using the brush for something it wasn’t designed to do, it

There is Life (and Productivity) After Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
There is Life (and Productivity) After Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

May 16, 1992
and shoulder arthroscopy, there is more room to maneuver and less chance of accidentally cutting something

A Golden Opportunity: Adding Tanning and Waxing
A Golden Opportunity: Adding Tanning and Waxing

May 14, 1992
in Allentown, Pa., says that prospective buyers should look for something sturdy, comfortable, and visually

Wraps Can Do It All

March 1, 1992
adhesive is made to dry on contact with something,” says Tom Shay, general manager of Becky Lynn Co

Open Doors, Open Floors - Making Your Salon Handicapped Accessible
Open Doors, Open Floors - Making Your Salon Handicapped Accessible

January 1, 1992
at something on the shelf as a person standing.” The best way to see your salon from a handicapped person

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