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Something to Talk About: Product Odor

Odor in the salon is often one of the first things clients mention. Educating them about what is causing the smell could curtail concerns.

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Something to Talk About: Wearing a Mask

Wearing a mask at your workstation offers protection, but it could make some clients uneasy. Let them know the motivation behind the mask to alleviate any concerns.

You Are Now Entering the Breathing Zone: Salon Ventilation Guide

The invisible beachball-sized sphere of air that surrounds your face in all directions is a great place to start implementing efficient salon ventilation. NAILS walks you through all of the things you need to know, from what to look for in a ventilation system to how the components work to a few tweaks you can make in your day-to-day habits for extra protection. Get ready to breathe easy.

Keep the Lid on Acrylic Odors

When dealing with acrylic odor, of course fume extraction is very important, but so are good work habits, says Jesse Bruner, owner of Jesse David Nail Design in Wilmington, Del.

ReJuvenescence Scent-Infused Bathroom Tissue Holders

The rollers are filled with beads soaked in sophisticated, long-lasting essential oils, are made of recyclable material, and are completely manufactured in the United States.

Adds Room Air Cleaners

For dust and fume removal, Salon Pure introduces two new air cleaners.

Clear the Air

Good or bad, odor reveals little about salon air quality. Even if your salon rates "sweet" on the smell scale with employees or clients, depend on more reliable measures than your nose to rate your salon's air quality.

Tip of the Month

Nail tech has super-simple solution to stinky situations in the salon. 

Do Odorless Systems Make Scents?

Odorless and low-odor acrylic systems promised to clear the air for salons and their neighbours, So why, a full decade later, do odorless products occupy only a small percentage of the market?

Product Odor Draws Complaint By Board of Health; Salon Owner Worried

Mary Ann Messere, who owns seven nail salons located in indoor malls in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, is facing a complaint filed by the New Jersey Board of Health that she’s afraid could cause her to close one of the salon.