Nail art displays are largely up to you based on your own preferences, but you should also consider how they fit into the overall theme of your business. For example, if you run a very modern and sleek nail salon with a young clientele, you might want to display your nail art digitally. But if you are a small, cozy salon, with a clientele that skews a little older, maybe physical displays are the best option for you.
No matter what you choose, make sure that the way you display your art is meaningful to you and your clientele and it is in alignment with your brand. Below are five ideas on how to create nail art displays that work for you and your salon.
Remember all of these methods are an extension of your abilities to create great nail art designs. If you are going to do it, do it right and be creative with whatever vehicle you use to display your nail art.
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Tiffani Douglas is an author, speaker, beauty-marketing consultant and licensed nail technician with over 20 years experience in the beauty industry.
A graduate of the University of Kentucky, Tiffani worked her way through college as a manicurist to obtain a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism, with a concentration in strategic marketing. After college, she went on to work in corporate America as a marketing and media maven, but ever passionate about the beauty industry, she founded her own mobile spa.
During that time she also began consulting other beauty professionals in the areas of marketing and branding, which sparked an idea to write two e-books, Social Media Marketing: A Guide for Beauty Professionals and Are You a True Beauty Professional– 7 Practical Steps to Being More Professional, Upgrading Your Business and Increasing Your Revenue. She recently released her first published book, Straight Outta Beauty School - 10 Things You Need to Know and Do After You Graduate.
Tiffani resides in Dallas, Texas where she continues to inspire beauty pros young and old by offering them the tools they need to grow personally and professionally.
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