Nail art designs are a statement of your personality. Your statement of the moment stays with you for the next two weeks, ideally longer. You have to pick the right design. The proper method of display can make this choice a thousand times easier. In my experience, nail designs are listed in a binder or not at all. You either have to flip through pages, or give a description of what you want and pray it doesn’t look like a nondescript blob. So it was a pleasant surprise when I started going to a new nail salon and saw that each nail design was neatly displayed in a grid, within a frame, creating the perfect display case for any nail artist’s talents.
Displaying nail art designs in a frame has many advantages, both for the customer and nail artist. Speaking as a customer, viewing each available design in a frame is convenient and makes choosing one easier. With so many options, it’s hard to choose quickly unless you’ve already had something in mind. This, of course, only gets worse as the holidays come around or the seasons begin to change. With each design option lined up and organized in a grid, I can glance over and easily pick out which nail art design I want this week, with limited indecisiveness. All of the options are clearly laid out and easy to choose from.
Displaying nail designs in a frame also makes it easy for the nail artist to choose which designs they want to offer. During the holidays, every day designs can be swapped out for those more holiday related. Nail art designs popular in the Winter can be replaced with brightly colored designs for the Summer. By keeping everything lined up and organized, decisions are made easier and in less time, helping to keep each appointment on track.
Using a frame as a display case for something like nail designs is convenient and efficient for both businesses and customers. As a customer, you want to be able to relax and enjoy a treat to yourself without the hassle of flipping through pages of options, or having none at all. As a nail artist, by displaying each design offered you make sure that the customer knows exactly what they are getting before you begin.