Essential Nail Salon Supplies - 5 Essentials For a Great Nail Salon - NAIL SALON

Essential Nail Salon Supplies - 5 Essentials For a Great Nail Salon - NAIL SALON

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Nail salons have become increasingly popular over the last several years. Competition is fierce, so having the "right stuff" can really pay off by attracting new clients and keeping them. Here are 5 products that can keep your salon ahead of the crowd.
Comfortable Furniture-A manicure or pedicure serves as a mini-vacation for many. And soft, inviting, and padded chairs that envelop a client can make a lasting impression.
Even while waiting, the chairs should be comfortable to make the wait less of an irritation, and more like the beginning of a great time.
All Things Sensual-Let's face it, manicures and pedicures are about the tactile-how things feel. So wonderful moisturizers, heated and/or scented creams and lotions applied gently can make for wonderful sensations.
Hygienic Equipment-Ultra violet lights, antibacterial solutions, and germ-killing cleaning agents for chairs, tables, and pedicure stations let clients know that they will not sacrifice cleanliness by visiting your salon. Sanitizing tools and providing proper disposal of tools that cannot be reused should be a matter of routine for every manicurist.
Wide Variety of Nails and Polishes-Having a wide variety of polishes and nails will do much to create "buzz" about your shop. Beautiful nails will do much of the advertising for you even without your customer being aware of it. Having your nails look beautiful enough to make others ask where they were done will not only help you make a repeat customer, but will send many new clients your way.
Nail Salon Air Purifier-Unfortunately, many of the products used in nail salons created chemical fumes and odors that smell very unpleasant when entering the shop. These fumes are not only unpleasant, but are harmful when inhaled for long periods of time.
Cleaning up the air in your shop by constantly filtering out the chemical odors and fumes is another way to put your salon ahead of the rest of the nail salons in your town. It is also a great way to recruit talented manicurists.
In order to be effective in a nail salon, an air purifier needs to be able to absorb chemicals with a carbon based filter with an additive that is effective at removing these fumes. It also needs to use a HEPA (or high efficiency particle arresting) filter that can remove fine particles generated by filing and sanding nails.
This type of filtration is also capable of removing normal indoor pollutants such as dust, mold and mildew spores, pollen and other particulates that are all too typical in indoor air these days. Continuously cleaning the air in your salon with a cleaner designed with nail salons in mind is a proactive way to improve the quality of service you provide.

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