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I’m Not Cheap, I’m Thrifty

It never hurts to pinch a few pennies. We asked salon owners and nail techs for some of their best money-saving tips and added a few of our own.

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Green Salon: Features of an Environmentally Friendly Nail Salon

ROB|B Salon has earned the distinction of being the first-ever nail salon to be certified as environmentally and energy-efficient by the U.S. Green Building Council.

Growing Green

As we become more aware of our health and environment, many of us are making small changes to "go green." Those changes don’t need to end when we walk into the salon. By taking small steps, we can improve our work environment as we "grow" green.

How to Start Going Green

The Green Spa Network offers these easy-to-implement tips that can help reduce the environmental footprint of your salon.

Atlanta Spa and Nail Bar Go Platinum

The Brookhaven location of Atlanta’s Natural Body Spa & Shop chain has just been awarded Platinum certification under the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) program.

PBA Offers Tips for a Greener Tomorrow

In an effort to help salons and spas create a greener tomorrow, the Professional Beauty Association is providing 10 small, yet realistic steps to help the environment.

Empire Opens Eco-Friendly Model School

From hair recycling to building design to the products Empire Education Group students use, the new Empire location in Lauderhill, Fla., is an environmentally friendly concept school and a meaningful first step in the greening of the entire company.

Axxium UV Light

OPI’s Axxium UV Light is structured to give you more energy distribution with fewer bulbs.

10 Ways to Make Your Salon More Green

Start a simple green program in your salon, then promote it to your clients.

Go Green Light [17 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Salon’s Carbon Footprint]

Think you can’t go green with your salon? Think again. The trendy “green lite” movement takes environmentalism to a do-able level, providing you with small — but effective — ways to do your part in helping the environment.