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PaulaJ

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Hi All, I have just completed a basic mancire and pedicure course. I am planning on going mobile/working from home soon. Can anyone tell me what specailised treatments are popular?
 

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PaulaJ said:
Hi All, I have just completed a basic mancire and pedicure course. I am planning on going mobile/working from home soon. Can anyone tell me what specailised treatments are popular?
Hiya,
I would say try to incorparate some specialist manicures into your range,
Spa manicures are great, Warm wax treatments are always popular.
Also i think getting qualified in nail enhancements will really open up the market for you.
 

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Hiya

French finish, master this and you will have a loyal following. Spa as lesley suggested
,and express for those with limited time. Spa Pedi is popular and gel on toes.
 

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Would def recommend Spa Manicure and Pedicure as this will broaden your range of treatments without actually having to learn a great deal of new skill. Will also enable you to provide this more "luxury" treatment to those that can afford to be paying you more!!

Master French/American manicure and def offer Gift Vouchers. Mayb also "packages" - eg. disc for Man&ped booked AND PAID FOR together - "Hand & Feet Treat".

HTHs

G. xx
 

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If you really want to get into nails in my opinion you muct be able to preform enhancements, the creative 4 day acrylic foundation course is great so is their gel Brisa Course
 

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some nail art would be a nice little extra to offer your clients. looks top on just pedicured feet and a nice transition for those who want something more than natural nails but not to go as far as enhancements. it would be relatively quick to learn a few designs and could give you the edge over those who offer similar services in your area.
 

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angel fingers said:
some nail art would be a nice little extra to offer your clients. looks top on just pedicured feet and a nice transition for those who want something more than natural nails but not to go as far as enhancements. it would be relatively quick to learn a few designs and could give you the edge over those who offer similar services in your area.
I agree - I did my nail art training as a day course with Star Nails. Cost about £100 including the kit. But I know Chocolate (Rachel Myatt, K-Sa-Ra) was offering nail art courses & should be adding more dates for the summer. xx
 
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