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Nail Extenstions-Do you Touch other Therapists Work

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Layla-Louise

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At my salon we don't accept clients that have allready had nail extensions fiitted on at another salon because
a) we dont kno what product they've use and the colour of gel/acrylic won't match &
b) we could be held responsible for the damaged nails that someone else has inflicted

I just won't whether other salons have the same rule to or whether you get clients to sign a disclaimer and whether its the same for Soak offs of nail extentions too
 

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I rebalance over other technician's work providing the enhancements are in a good state of repair when the client comes to me, if they're in a bad way then I'll remove them and start over.
I have a disclaimer at the bottom of my client consultation form to say that I won't be held responsible, the client signs the form after an explanation from myself.

I acknowledge that due to (with tick boxes)
1) another technicians lack of expertise
2) a medical condition I have
3) the fact that I am a nailbiter
4) etc etc etc
I may have complications for which I do not hold XYZ Nails responsible.


http://www.salongeek.com/nail-geek/42223-would-you-infill-someone-elses-work.html

hth's
 

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I do too....i am not going to say no to earning money and bagging a new client...:lol:
 

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I will never turn clients away, I have no problems working over other nail technicians work.
 

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It doesn't bother me...turn them away by all means but lose potential regulars in the process.
 

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i was taught that you should soak off and apply a new full set

but in reality it is not always that simple
 

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i was taught that you should soak off and apply a new full set

but in reality it is not always that simple
or nessesary....if the nails are fine then just rebalance...there may be a slight colour difference but this is only for a few visits till the other techs product has grown off and its all your product.
 

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Ok then thats great advice from you thankyou seen as most of you have said Yes then i guess its fine as long as clients do sign a declaration form and you use your professional judgement as to whether it is safe to rebalance another theapists work
 

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