There's always another side to the story though... I've actually not been successful in some jobs before because I haven't had my own client base to bring to their business. Where I live, most salons ask that you already have a number of clients to bring before they'll even think about hiring...
I've had a client today who has messaged me to say her thumb nail has just dropped off. Tip and acrylic. I've never had this before??
I prepped completely, applied the acrylic as always (I use cnd retention) and all her others are fine?!
Why would this happen?
To the girls who do nail parties, please could you tell me what you do and what you charge? I'm looking at aiming at kids and adults. I've seen on here that people put together gift bags??
Also, does anyone ever try to sell things at these?
I'd like some guidance please :) x
I completely agree :) I'm not one to jump at things anyway hence why I'm doing my research first - didn't want to lose out but definitely can see why £39 isn't great. Will have to look at other options but it's given me the learning bug again!
Does anyone do these?
I've found a course on groupon that I fancy doing with a friend and wondering if there's any money in this?
I'm actually a nail tech so have no training at all in hair but think I could possibly add this to my treatment menu.
Could anyone with experience give me some tips...