Nail art prices

Clareh

Level 3 hairdresser, nail and brow tech
#1
Hi!
I work for a salon and my boss and I are scratching our heads about nail art. My prices since I started are £17 gel polish £6 removal. Most of my sets are nail art and I bring in lots of new customers (I’m a hairdresser too) for beauty and hair. I love doing art and but I’m a SLOW tech. We don’t want anything too complicated pricing wise but some stuff takes more time or more products. I’ve attached some recent work plus a plain set. I don’t use filters or photoshop(unless they ask me to remove wrinkles etc). I’m thinking £20 plain set (glitter or alternative colour free), £6 removal and tiering nail art to £2 £3 £4 £5 per set. Most people tell me what they want beforehand so I can quote.
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I think I need training on posting photos on forums ‍♀️
 

ciderella71

Well-Known Member
#2
You should consider your hourly rate and how much longer the nail art will take you.
 

Clareh

Level 3 hairdresser, nail and brow tech
#3
Thanks Cinderella I thought my speed or lack of would make it harder as I feel a lot of that is experience and maybe not doing things in the most efficient way?
 

ciderella71

Well-Known Member
#4
Thanks Cinderella I thought my speed or lack of would make it harder as I feel a lot of that is experience and maybe not doing things in the most efficient way?
The more experience you get the easier it will be.
Your work is good so if it’s something you enjoy then I’d go for it. Just ensure you’re charging enough
 
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