Doing amazing nails is not the only requirement for staying afloat, some business skills are essential as well.
Are you content to be doing the same thing that your predecessors were doing for the same price? Would you rather improve your skill and your income?
Focus more on your client’s experience in the chair and less on the fluff.
In this guest blog, Nikki and her husband Justin talk about their experiences on the Nail Those Profits Cruise.
It important to make sure your space stands out for its cleanliness and organization.
There are so many ways to learn these days. Which ones do you prefer?
Learn everything you can and recognize that you should continue to learn throughout your career.
Dial back the sarcasm and provide education to clients who want to take a break from their nails to let them breathe.
A reminder about the proper way to dispose of salon liquids, like monomer, polish remover, and acetone.
Your brushes help make you money and you should treat them with love and respect every time that you use them.
Front-load your year with those required business and licensing tasks.
Salon patrons are posting photos and saying this is what I asked for and this is what I got, then proceeding to rip apart the work.
Let your clients feel like the center of attention for the span of their appointment.
I want to take a moment to thank all of you.
It’s that time of year again: The holiday rush is upon us and hopefully your book is full and your days are busy. With that in mind, please take care of yourself!