If you are just starting as a nail tech you should consider working from your home. It is profitable, way easier to do, as well as recommended if you wish to get your steady customers.
Did you know that approximately 54.9 percent of nail technicians have been working in the nail industry for longer than 9 years? This means that almost all of their customers are already their regulars who admire their work, and who are not planning on seeking for someone else.
This means that you may struggle at first to get your steady customers. This is why it is also not recommended to start a business on your own and all of a sudden if you haven’t had any experience beforehand, and if others do not know of you and your service.
If you are thinking about providing your services from home, make sure that you invest a significant amount of time and money into ads and when doing your promotions. Let the word out on the street!
Home-based salons and at-home treatments are allowed in most countries, as well as cities. However, you should look into this with your city hall and read into any new regulations since things have been changing in the last couple of months due to the impact of COVID 19.
CPBA offers free employment advice and guidance to their nail technician learners. They also offer free nail courses and work placement