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Kingwood Nails & Spa: Hồi Sinh Sau Thiên Tai

Xuân về, khép lại sau lưng một năm 2017 đầy thiên tai biến động. Rất nhiều gia đình, thương vụ ở Texas, Florida, và California đã nỗ lực vực dậy để đón một không khí Tết tràn đầy năng lượng, điển hình như tại Kingwood Nails & Spa, tiểu bang Texas.

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Nails & Co. Spa Achieves Yin-Yang Balance

Salon owner Alexis Nguyen balances her passion for the industry and beliefs in a healthy lifestyle throughout all six Massachusetts locations. Clients receive a complete understanding of the body through nail and spa services.

Manicuring Veteran Rakes in Clients With New Shop

With an almost 20-year career in the nail industry, Cammy Nguyen opened Blossom Beauty Lounge last year and has attracted heaps of customers with affordable nail art, talented techs, and more.

Model "Dee"

When you first approach Dee Nails Enhancements its simple exterior does not even hint at the experience waiting for you inside.

Asian Influence: Building A Bridge

As competition increases, the gap between Asian salons and the rest of the industry is actually getting smaller. To keep their English-speaking clientele, Asian nail technicians are making efforts to learn the language and expand their salon services, while non-Asian salons are discovering the value of quick service and client convenience.

The Asian Influence

Asian immigrants opened up the world of professional nail care to new consumers, but they also triggered a steady decline of service prices. The long-term survival of the profession depends now on how well all nationalities can work together.

Editor's Note: It is Not an “Us/Them” Situation

The nail industry is not the place it used to be: frankly, it's harder than ever to keep a business growing and competing in today's market, not just for salons, but for manufacturers, distributors, schools, and everyone else serving the professional nail salon industry.

A Tale of Inspiration

Blaming many of the problems in the nail industry in California on foreign immigrants who enter the market and undercut prices, run unlicensed salons, and shoddy work is easy.But a closer look at the person behind the stereotype can be revealing.

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