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Coronavirus Communications With Your Clientele

These talking points from Sola Salon Studios have been prepared for their thousands of suite stylists to easily relay information to their clients. During these unprecedented times, many will be helpful for anyone struggling to find the right words or phrasing or next step forward.

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Celina Ryden Says Stop Nail Shaming

People are getting more and more creative when it comes to shamin people’s nail work and it has starting to damage the industry in the way that people lose their passion or get too afraid to post their work on social media at all.

A Solution for Camera-Shy Hand Models

Cynthia Laughlin offers some of her clients gloves that allow their fingertips to show.

Calming the Chaos: Being Mindful of Gossip

Being mindful about gossip is not about stopping it as much as it is about not being an active participant and allowing that gossip to live within us.

When Clients Exceed the Weight Limit on Your Pedicure Throne

Why not put in parenthesis in the pedicure descriptions on your website what the chair weight limit is?

9 Client Bad Habits and How to Handle Them

Sometimes clients are just plain clueless about how their bad habits can make your job more difficult. By educating them, you can turn an awkward moment into a teachable moment.

Young Nails Biz Talk: Are You Getting Too Close to Clients?

Young Nails' Greg, Habib, and Tracey discuss whether getting too close to clients can damage your business.

The Problem With Perfectionism

Creating a perfect experience for your clients is an admirable goal, but it could be a liability if taken to an extreme. Is perfectionism preventing you from profits?

Young Nails Biz Talk: Dealing With Difficult Clients

Young Nails' Tracey Reierson and Habib Salo discuss how to approach problems with difficult clients. 

50 of the Worst Things Clients Have Said to Techs

From commenting on weight loss to refusing to pay to demanding services despite an illness or family death, some clients just don't know how to be respectful or appropriate.