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Fancy Schmancy Menu

V.I.P. Salon & Spa owner Reneé Borowy ordered her specialty menus online from a restaurant menu company and had them embossed with the salon’s logo.

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Senior Specials

Salon owner Shari Finger designed a simple menu just for her older clientele.

Quick-Time Manicures

Salon owners are adding faster-than-usual manicure services to their menus to meet the needs of busy clients.  

Is It Time to Tweak Your Service Menu

Your service menu is often a client’s first impression of your salon. Does yours give an accurate picture of who you are or is it time to tweak this powerful marketing tool?  

Crowdsourcing: Specialties vs. a Wide-Ranging Menu

This month we asked nail techs: Is it best to offer a wide-ranging salon menu or to hone in on a specialty or two?

If You Don’t Have an Enticing Service Brochure, You’ll Hate Yourself Later

In the world of salon and spa brochures, what separates the good from the great? While there is no one-size-fits-all formula, here are nine tips for better brochures to get you going in the right direction.

Change Is in the Air

Here in North Carolina, Spring is in the air. Everything is blooming, beautiful, and changing. It is definitely a symbol of what's happening here at the salon. Change is in the air. 

Salon Business Card Tells All

Airport salon distributes business-card-sized menus that clearly detail their services in a minimal amount of space.

They Do Menus Right

NAILS salutes the winners of our Salon Menus With Style contest who drew the attention of our judges with their engaging graphics, creative copy, and innovative design.

Winning Brands

Offering awesome services differentiates the good salons from the not so good ones, but when it comes to building client loyalty, it takes a little more than a great manicure or set of pink-and-whites to keep customers coming back. Branding your salon ranks right up there with having to-notch customer service skills and a detailed service menu.