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ckjustpamper

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I do the standard tea coffee water and sometime Coke Diet Coke etc. Just was curious I am leaving my salon and moving it at a new location [emoji119] I was thinking of introducing a little bit more just to add an extra touch. What do you all offer?

Random I know
 
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None ... We don't have time for making drinks.
 

PamieD

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Maybe sparkling water?
 

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Tea, coffee, hot chocolate, water and for special occasions like our birthday bubbly, mulled wine in December and Buck's Fizz NYE.
 

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Tea, coffee, water, orange squash (for kids). Hot chocolate, and small selection of green or fruit teas.
 

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I just offer bottled water, but I am 100% waxing which I think makes a difference. Our self employed nail tech offers tea, coffee and hot chocolate
 

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We offer sparkling or still bottled water and Thalgo Detox Teas.
 

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In previous salons I have worked in we offered tea(in teapots for 1) coffee in mini cafetieres,fruit/herbal teas,fruit juices,sparkling water. Mulled wine at Xmas, Fizz for special occasions.

I think I can help enhance the experience you are trying to create within your salon. It creates a great first impressions while the client is waiting for their appointment or during a pedicure. We also used to serve a little wafer biscuit too.
My boss was very good at all the little extra touches that clients often remember as well as offering treatments at a high standard.
 

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Several types of tea, coffee - normal or decaf, water and prosecco x
 

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We offer several types of tea and regular coffee. We also do espresso, cappuccino and lattes with vanilla or caramel shots. On Fridays and Saturdays we also offer a glass of sparkling wine (we don't need a license were I live which I believe is different in the UK).
 

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Various types of tea , water, hot chocolate and coffee
 

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Can anyone recommend little biscuits that are packaged?

I was buying Lotus ones but they were going beyond their BBD before using them all. X
 

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Can anyone recommend little biscuits that are packaged?

I was buying Lotus ones but they were going beyond their BBD before using them all. X
I bought a big box from Makro of individually wrapped biscuits they sell different ones so worth a look if you want them in bulk X
 

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