Have not seen the article yet will get a copy of magazine tomorrow and have a read
I'm in agreeance with Karen on this one. I read the article and then re-read it and tried to look at it from a prospective client's view and agree that it would just make me more aware that there are dodgy places out there and to ask a few more questions before I book.Unfortuately it was a very one sided aritcle, but I must say, that if I was a client thinking of having nail extensions, I wouldn't be put off by the article - I'd still want them done, BUT I'd want to make sure that the person was qualified, using quality products AND I'd be willing to pay a higher price for this.
:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: I'm crying, my children are looking at me like I'm insane!! God that is soooo funny Ruth - the carrots and onions - here I go again!!! :rofl: :rofl:Nailsinlondon1 said:Well I just had this vison, if we all follow the advice given by that magazine this is how our Salons would look like.
Well on arrival meet and greet the client, shove your Qualifications under their nose make em read them and then sign a record card.
Then when they are sitting down you start your work.
First boil a nice pot of water and shove their hand in it..........To sterilize them
Then you do the same........to sterilize yours...................
Well at least the cuticle area will be nice and clean lol
The other importan thing is sterilize your Equiptment.
Boil all you implements for 10 minutes, including your files, Buffers, and all other usefull stuff.
Add a few carrots an onion, some spuds and you have a lovley stew.