|Nail art can be fun as well as profitable, but it is not always easy.
We have put together some tips gathered over the years. We hope this will help you in all aspects of
your business! If you have a tip or technique you would like to share, please send it to us. If we
choose your helpful hint to be published on our web site, you will receive $10.00 in free
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When using glitter powder crease a stiff sheet of paper and put it under your clients nail. You
can sprinkle the glitter generously and then be able to pour the excess back into your container.
To keep your striping from peeling or lifting, try cutting it just short of the free edge of the nail
with your nippers. Then press the cut edge gently into the wet polish.
Try giving new customers a small gift bag at the end of the first appointment. You can put in a
small bottle of top coat, a toothbrush, nail glue, nail file and a some kind of cuticle cream or
ointment, with written instructions. I tell them to put on a coat of top coat every other day. To
use the toothbrush daily to scrub around and under their nails every day, I suggest they do this
in the shower. To rub in the cream or ointment around their cuticles at night just before they go
to bed. This helps to keep their hands and new nails looking nice. It also helps to remind them
that they have a new set of nails and have to be careful.
Helpful Hint submitted by: Michelle S. of Florida