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5 Ways to Get More Customers into your Nail Salon!

Posted by Pauline Anderton on

Whether you've run a salon for years or you're just starting out, one of the most crucial things is promoting your salon. We've put together some tips to help promote your salon and in turn, attract more customers! 1. Website via GIPHY It might seem like an unnecessary expense at first, but having an active website for your salon will bring benefits! Use your website to showcase your salon with up to date imagery and maps of your location.Your website can include crucial information about your salon here's what we'd recommend: Blog If you don't know what a blog is, here's a...

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Our 3 different types of Acrylic Liquids

Posted by Pauline Anderton on

Maximum Adhesion:  Setting speed* = Roughly 2 minutes You don't need to use a Primer. Suitable for beginners No lift technology High Speed: Setting speed* =  A little less than 2 minutes Great for doing 3D nail art. Good for professionals or people who work fast with the acrylic Primer required Medium Speed: Setting speed* = A little more than 2 minutes Recommended for beginners as it takes longer to dry i.e it will give you more time to apply and sculpt the acrylic.  Popular with technicians working in warmer environments Primer required None of them are odorless, but we have been told...

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How to chose the perfect cover pink for acrylic nails?

Posted by Pauline Anderton on

1) Always match the skin tone* of the client/person having the nails done:   Medium/Olive = Natural Beige or Warm Beige Dark = Warm Beige or Toffee Fudge Pale/Fair = Natural Beige or Baby Blossom  2) See if you have warm or cool undertones to your skin pigment, as this will effect how the colour acrylic you choose will look on your nails.When you see yellow, orange, or olive undertones and veins that appear slightly greener than blue, you’re seeing indicators of warm undertones. Cool undertones will exude a bluish, purple, red, or pink sheen.            Cool undertones = Pink colours            Warm undertones =  Beige colours*A trick is to look at...

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