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pedicure bowls
#1
Which pedicure bowl do you prefer? I have a small room/space and dont have room for a big pedi chair. I need to expand my services and make more $ Smile also which pedi line is best? Sorry if this is an old subject .
Monica
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#2
I'm now having the pedi line debate and I think I'm deciding to make my own products since there are too many carcinogens and unnatural ingredients in the store bought! SpaRitual has really caught my eye but is just sooo expensive!

Oh bowls I find these are sooo beautiful! http://www.pedicurebowls.com/ but a little out of reach at the moment. I've heard people buy stainless steel bowls from Ikea to use but I haven't found it online. Right now I use a plastic tub that I got locally (I'm not from US)
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#3
Thank you for responding! I will look at the site you recommended!
Monica
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#4
I meant to take a pic of my new chair today for you and forgot. My room is pretty tiny so I got this chair sitting on a bench type thing. The pedi tub sits inside of a box that rolls under the bench when not in use. I think the whole thing was less than $400 including the hot spa tub.
When it come to a pedi line, I love Young Nails scrub and butter or lotion. Over the years I find this one the best.
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#5
Yesterday I went to Nailpro Sacramento and while I was there I attended Jaime Schrabeck's class on the waterless pedicure. I was amazed! After she explained it, it makes so much sense! It's definitely a service I am going to practice and implement into my service menu. If you ever get the opportunity to take the class I highly recommend it!
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#6
(10-01-2012, 08:37 AM)jluper7297 Wrote: Yesterday I went to Nailpro Sacramento and while I was there I attended Jaime Schrabeck's class on the waterless pedicure. I was amazed! After she explained it, it makes so much sense! It's definitely a service I am going to practice and implement into my service menu. If you ever get the opportunity to take the class I highly recommend it!


I've never quite understood how you scrub the feet in a waterless pedicure. I like the idea of it though.
NY Licensed Nail + Waxing Tech
Owner/Developer Suite Tee
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#7
I wish we would have more classes nearbySad I am going to try my luck with a webinar soon! Jennie your set up sounds like something I want. I am racking my brain on how to bring pedicures in. I regretfully let about 20 acrylic clients go to care for my mom who had a stroke Feb 2011 and I only kept my shellac clients. Now my mother is in a facility (hopefully she'll get stronger) and I need to make the $ I used to! I need to get health ins.since I'm pushing 50!!! ://
Monica
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#8
(10-01-2012, 10:59 AM)Tashawna Wrote:
(10-01-2012, 08:37 AM)jluper7297 Wrote: Yesterday I went to Nailpro Sacramento and while I was there I attended Jaime Schrabeck's class on the waterless pedicure. I was amazed! After she explained it, it makes so much sense! It's definitely a service I am going to practice and implement into my service menu. If you ever get the opportunity to take the class I highly recommend it!


I've never quite understood how you scrub the feet in a waterless pedicure. I like the idea of it though.


I didn't either until I took the class. She has a spray that she uses. Once I watched it it made total sense. If you take her class she tells you to register as a professional on her website and she lists all the products she uses and tells you where to get them.

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(10-02-2012, 12:54 AM)jluper7297 Wrote:
(10-01-2012, 10:59 AM)Tashawna Wrote:
(10-01-2012, 08:37 AM)jluper7297 Wrote: Yesterday I went to Nailpro Sacramento and while I was there I attended Jaime Schrabeck's class on the waterless pedicure. I was amazed! After she explained it, it makes so much sense! It's definitely a service I am going to practice and implement into my service menu. If you ever get the opportunity to take the class I highly recommend it!


I've never quite understood how you scrub the feet in a waterless pedicure. I like the idea of it though.


I didn't either until I took the class. She has a spray that she uses. Once I watched it it made total sense. If you take her class she tells you to register as a professional on her website and she lists all the products she uses and tells you where to get them.

THANKS!
NY Licensed Nail + Waxing Tech
Owner/Developer Suite Tee
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#10
No problem!
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#11
I teach about waterless spa pedicures every year at IBS New York, and many other shows. Hope to see you all in class!
Jaime Schrabeck, Ph.D. (yes, it's real)
http://www.precisionnails.com
http://shop.precisionnails.com
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#12
^^^^ I highly recommend Jaime's class! Her class is the one I attended at Sacramento and I walked out of there with my head spinning! It makes such perfect sense! I start my new shop on Tuesday and the owner there is very excited for me to show her how to do it.
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#13
did you look into the footsie or belava?
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#14
My chair set up is http://www.nationwidebeauty.com
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