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Nail Party
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After booking a party for my in home salon, purchasing supplies and spent countless hours with the customer getting all of the details in order....she cancels the party 3 days before the event due to "lack of interest".

Do you book parties? I am wondering if I should take a deposit and have a contract to do this kind of work? How do you handle this sort of thing...so I can avoid getting burned in the future.

I am a small one person salon in a small town. I did not think I needed to go to all of that but am now second guessing myself.
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#2
New clients must prepay to reserve time on our schedule. This takes away the "burn" : )
Jaime Schrabeck, Ph.D. (yes, it's real)
http://www.precisionnails.com
http://shop.precisionnails.com
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Jamie-Is that with individual services, too? Do you wait for payment before putting them on your schedule? How do you handle cancellations with new customers?
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