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Reopening? Know Your Numbers

For those of you that like a little data with your info, here is some really interesting information from salon owner Michele Baker in Georgia. Being one of the first states to open left the salon owners to scramble to learn a lot of things on their own and many have been generous in sharing things they have figured out to help make operating in the COVID-19 world more systematic and understandable.

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Reopening Nail Salons: How to Protect Yourself and Your Clients (PPE & CDC Guidelines for Reopening)

Holly Schippers interviews Nurse Megan about PPE, CDC guidelines, and tips for reopening.

How Nail Professionals Should Wear and Care for PPE

The FingernailFixer speaks with a nurse about CDC guidelines when it comes to PPE.

How One Georgia Salon Successfully Re-Opened After COVID-19

The Nail Society Salon in Buford, Ga., was one of the first to re-open on April 24 after the COVID-19-mandated closures were lifted.

Nail Professional Workout + Giveaway is Live Now on NAILS IGTV

World renown trainer Tamilee Webb (of Buns of Steel) has created a workout exclusively for nail professionals. Watch it on IGTV and learn how you can win a virtual subscription.

Mental Health and Future Tripping During COVID-19

You're not only thinking about what is currently happening, but also projecting into the future. Strategies for bringing yourself back to the present moment and avoiding virus "future tripping."

Open for Business: Coronavirus Resources for Salon Pros

Cosmetologists Chicago (CC) shares its efforts around the Coronavirus. Cosmetologists Chicago and local partners continue to monitor the evolving situation surrounding COVID-19.

Healthy Tech: Samantha Silvius

After being asked to stand in her best friend’s wedding, Ontario, Canada-based nail tech and OPI brand educator Samantha Silvius took the opportunity to improve her health.

Healthy Tech: Mary Pike

Texas-based nail tech Mary Pike says she feels healthier in her 70s than she did 20 years ago due to a proper diet and fitness routine, which was sparked by a suggestion she got from an employee 14 years ago.

What To Do — And Not To Do — If You Nick a Client's Foot

Think twice before applying a topical antibiotic to a client's wound — it may hinder the healing process.