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Start a Gel Nail Business from home in less than a Week by Diane Shawe

Start your own Nail Business

Acrylic and gel nails are the flawless solution to chip-free, freshly polished nails that last for weeks on weeks. In today’s blog post, we will be explaining why now is the time to Set up your own Nail Extension Business.

Our CPD Nail Technician Course is the perfect launchpad to get you on your way to becoming a certified nail technician which can lead you to a number of different avenues within the nail extension industry from being able to successfully set up your own freelance nail business to being able to rent a station in a beauty salon to carry out nail treatments.

CPD Accredited Courses

A Continued Professional Development Nail Technician course runs for in two parts and goes through the steps on nail artistry and the anatomical elements of nail care such as:

Part One: Theory Course 2 weeks

Health & Safety considerations & regulations

Hygiene & preparing the client, treatment room & trolley

Anatomy & physiology: structure of the skin, the structure of the nail 

Nail diseases & disorders

Client consultations / contra-indications

Manicure & Pedicure

Marketing your Business

This will be completed as a home theory study with the help of our Virtual tutor.

There will be practical and written assignments which have to be completed in the students own time before attending the 1 day practical training course.

Part Two: 1 Day Practical Nail Course

This will consisit of working on a training hand where you will learn how to prepare the nails, apply nail tips, blend nail tips, the different nail shape, apply acrylic and shape, apply gel and cure, how to use electric and manual files, how to apply nail polish or gel and cure under UV Light

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Turning 50 isn’t the end of a business career – new wave of silvererpreneurs

Get qualified in days not years

The only way is up after a downturn

article by Diane Shawe M.Ed

Turning 50 isn’t the end of a business career – it’s the beginning. And an ever-growing wave of ‘olderpreneurs’, starting a business have 70% chance of surviving their first five years compared with only a 28% survival rate for those younger than them.

Nearly half the self-employment population is over 50, and one in six new businesses started in the UK are set up by post-half-centurions.

So what’s fuelling the entrepreneurial impetus of the ‘silver startup’, and why are they doing so well?

Necessity

The over-50s age group has been particularly hard-hit by the recession. Last year, the Office of National Statistics (ONS) revealed 28% of those aged between 50 and state pension age were out of work – compared with only 20% of those aged under 50.

Why? One of the biggest factors is the rife ageism that permeates practically every industry in the UK, that anyone over 50 who’s been forced to look for employment will testify to with a weary nod. The ONS estimates those who lose their job aged 50 or over have only a 10% chance of being re-employed.

Deciding to use their money from redundancies to fund ta company, over the course of two years the payout had trickled in its entirety into the business. But it was worth the investment – and they often don’t have to rely on the ineffective banks at the moment.

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New challenge

At a fundamental level, sometimes people just want to do something different in their later years.

It’s interesting that recent YouGov and Standard Life research found the average age at which people feel totally confident in their working skills is 37, while the more elusive sense of fulfilment peaks at 50. Perhaps this climax of achievement and sense of ability leads to a need for a new direction, a new challenge, once a person passes the half-century mark.

You’re in good company if your over 50 and considering starting a business.

More than four out of 10 new businesses in the UK are started by people over 50, according to the Office for National Statistics. And it’s a growing trend. A recent report from Barclays highlighted that over 55s are now 63% more likely to start businesses than 10 years ago.

And this rise in business owners doesn’t just apply to founders in their 50s – the number of self-employed people aged 65 and over has more than doubled in the UK in the past five years.

While there’s never a ‘right time’ to pursue a business idea, an increasing number of people in their 50s and over – dubbed ‘olderpreneurs’ – are shifting to entrepreneurship. But why?

For starters, budding business owners in their 50s are capitalising on the government pension freedoms – first introduced back in 2015 – and are opting to take their tax free cash lump-sum to “create wealth” by using their pensions to start a business.

However, it’s not just pension-led funding which is boosting the numbers of  the UK’s older entrepreneurs.

Low-interest loans and mentoring, provided by the likes of , is playing an integral part in funding and supporting the growth of founders in their 50s with over 5,700 loans having been supplied to founders aged 50 and over by the organisation to date.

Supported by research from PRIME that those who start a business in their 50s are 42% more likely to be successful than their younger counterparts, we want to shake off the notion that starting a business in middle-age isn’t a good idea. On the contrary, older entrepreneurs have the advantage of being able to tap into wealth of experience and knowledge which they can put to use in a start-up venture.

To break down stereotypes, we’ve highlighted five inspiring businesses founded by entrepreneurs aged 50 and over, who each received a Start Up Loan to make their business dreams a reality.

Operating in industries ranging from domestic care to street food.

After every downturn there is alway a upturn because people really work hard along with banks, investors and government to make it work.

How to Start a Gel Nail Business after Qualifying

Start your own Gel Nail Business at home, salon or studio today

An easy cost effective business that can be done anywhere
Gel Nails in the UK has become a very popular seevice over the least few years and with a few tips and ideas you could benefit from starting your very own Gel Nails business.

There is a huge potential for earning good money as a self employed beauty therapist offering professional Gel Nails as an additional service.

Look at most nail bars and even shopping Malls these days and they have signs for Gel Nails in their windows. Look inside a salon and you will nearly always see them busy.

Customers don’t usually need to make an appointment, they just walk in and wait or get it done after they have had there other beauty treatments.

There has never been a better time to Start your own Gel Nails business from home. Working on your own gives you the opportunity to work your own hours with much more flexibility and freedom then being tied down in a salon.

1. You can offer very flexible hours.
Working on your own you can offer services at unsociable hours such as evenings or weekends. Just think how limited salon opening times are…

2. You can offer discounted rates.
A salon has huge overheads – staff, rent, heating etc, you can operate at very little cost and undercut salon prices hence making your Gel Nails prices very attractive.
Professional Gel Nails is even better than ordinary manicures and pedicures with modest earning potential because the Gel both strengthens and last longer than nail polish.

3. You can offer a mobile service.
Clients love it when you can offer your Gel Nails services in their own home. Just think of the business mobile hairdressers get. Many people don’t want to visit a salon – they may have work commitments, young children, don’t drive or are pensioners. There are many reasons why people can’t get to a salon and offering a mobile Gel Nails service is a superb way to make good money.

Setting up a Gel Nails business is not expensive. Although you should always buy the very best equipment, Gel Nails kits, tools are quite cheap.

You will have very little over heads, think what would you use for a client? A little talk, some wipes and a few strokes of the Gel, very little power from the UV lamp. These products will hardly break the bank expenses so your profits margins are very high.

The best place to start is to get some Gel Nails training.

A decent accredited Gel Nails courses cost under £200 and can be be booked on this site with a credit card or even Paypal. The price to train is very little compared to other similar industries. A hairdressing course would cost you £1000’s.

You can learn professional Gel Nails in just one day with our One Day Professional Gel Nails Course Workshop. Combined with a practice and guidance, you ready to go… A Hairdresser trains for months if not years before they can offer their art for profit.

Once you’re trained getting business can be quite easy. Start of by printing or writing some adverts with your details and phone number. Stick these up in your local shops, post office or Supermarket. Chip shops surprisingly do well as people stand in the queue and read everything! Most places charge a just couple of pounds a week.

You local newspaper classified can be a good place to put a small add.

Currently some local paper charge £25 for 6 lines of text. You can also try your local supermarkets notice board, local salon, church, women’s group the list goes on.

Also place averts in online directories so people can find you when they search online. Gumtree and facebook market places are also good avenues.

The best way to advertise these days is to get a small website built. Most people search on the internet for what they need and a nicely designed webpage can be a great source of clients. Get in touch with us if you want a cheap website, we know a man who can! Google offers free websites.

Once you get a few clients, word of mouth is by far the best advert for your services and if you do a good job word gets round quickly and you’ll soon be booked up with peoples mums, sister, aunts, uncles?? calling you.

Take photos of your finished work and then promote on Instagram, Facebook or Pinterest .

So, put in basic terms, Gel Nails training is fast and cheap, materials are cheap and you can start your business in a short space of time with very little outlay. Gel Nails is a perfect business model, so reserve your place today.

Course dates

Gel Nails is a perfect business model, so reserve your place today.

20th January 2020 https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/gel-nails-1-day-course-for-beginners-start-your-own-business-tickets-87663645323

3rd February 2020

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/gel-nails-1-day-course-for-beginners-start-your-own-business-tickets-87670451681

24th February 2020

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/gel-nails-1-day-course-for-beginners-start-your-own-business-tickets-87670812761

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