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JoannaELH

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I've been trying to think of something different to offer in my area, I have alot of competion!!! So I thought I'd do an offer where I'd give Ladies and there daughters (under 12) a mini manicure. What do you think? How would I go about promoting it and would "Mum and Princess Manicure Offer" as the title of treatment explain what it is?
Thanks in advance for any comments x
 

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What bout a mother and daughter manicure you can advertise a girly treat for mums and daughters of any age but if the daughter is under 12 reduced rate or different offer etc.?

I think it's lovely! X
 

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First I would just check your insurance covers you do under 12's!

Better safe than sorry x
 

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i would go for it hun, mums love to do mum and daughter things with their girls!!i started having my nails done with my mum when i was 13 having extensions done but would have loved to just get them painted when i was younger....i do young girls now, they love it and plus they are our future clients!!
 

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Thanks again ladies for your comments, think im going to run this offer through the school holidays, does £12-£14 sound ok for mum and daughter or too cheap?, I usually charge £10 for a basic mini mani, and £12 with French Polish
 

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Thanks again ladies for your comments, think im going to run this offer through the school holidays, does £12-£14 sound ok for mum and daughter or too cheap?, I usually charge £10 for a basic mini mani, and £12 with French Polish
Bearing in Mind its a secial offer x
 

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I think it sounds good if you've worked out your cost per treatment etc, perhaps a higher cost if it's for two adults? Say £18 for two adults mother and daughter or 14 for the under 12 offer? I dunno just an idea. I think you can really market the 'girl time' appeal if you work on it xx
 

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Started carrying these out, and have been doing well, just went to put up a advert on buy sell page on Facebook and someones stole my idea, using the same name of treatment as me arrgh, I just wanted to do something different so frustrated!!!! x
 

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I've been looking at doing this as i want something new that other salons near me aren't doing xxx

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