How to start your own nail technician business with $100 budget?

   Becoming a nail technician is a fun, social, creative and achievable way to make a living where you can expect to earn from $30,000 to $70,000 per year, pretty cool, huh? Owning your own beauty business can be an empowering and rewarding way to make money by yourself. You get to set your own hours, work where you want, and build a base of clients that you genuinely enjoy working with. But if you do not know where or how to start, today I'll give you a simple list of thing to buy to get your business started from $100 budget.

   Firstly, you must make a list of the services you will provide as a nail technician. Ask yourself what are you the best at? Your services may include manicures and pedicures, hand and foot massage, nail repair, applying nail enhancements like gel or acrylics, and creative nail artistry such as polish design and nail jewelry. Also, many nail technicians teach at colleges or in beauty salons. Others work exclusively in the fashion industry, maintaining models’ hands for photo shoots or working in television and theatre.

   Once you decide where you'll focus will be, you should create a list of the materials and tools you need to accomplish such service. If you are thinking to start as a creative nail artistry, you will want to have as many nails polish and nails decoration possible. On the other hand, if you want to make spa-like treatment, you'll focus will be on having a large variety of creams for massages. Each service has a special focus to keep the client happy and engage to your services in a long run.

   Are you thinking, how am I going to start my own nail technician business with $100 budget? Let me prove you its possible. I've done it before. It's a great adventure, where you are able to meet new friends, you are connected to beauty and art while empowering yourself when you grow your business each day. It's a very fulfillment feeling. However, you'll find a big variety of tools that are amazing, but you want to keep it simple at the beginning because your budget is low and you are proving yourself you are able to maintain a business. If you discover you did not enjoy to be a nail technician you are not going to lose a huge amount of money. But if you found that you are great at it, your initial earnings will be huge as your starter budget was low. Your approach to the situation is key to your success.

$100 list for a nail technician whos focus is the nail artistry industry:

The nail artistry industry focus on a creative way to paint, decorate, enhance, and embellish the nails. It is a type of artwork that can be done on fingernails and toenails, usually after manicures or pedicures. A manicure and a pedicure are beauty treatments that trim, shape, and polish the nail. Often these procedures remove the cuticles and soften the skin around the nails. Types of manicures can vary from polish on natural nails, dipping powder, and acrylic nails. 

$100 list for a nail technician whos focus is in the spa-like treatment:
   The spa-like treatment provides relaxation, often includes hand/foot massage and hydratation. 

    At this point, you have the main tools to start. After a few clients, you'll be able to reinvest your earnings in other tools. Then, you can also buy products to sell for the maintenance of your services, for example, a hand cream or beauty related products as perfume or makeup. This is a step by step process that allows you to start your own business and reach your professional goals.

   You can create your own Instagram gallery with the nail's you're done or create a Youtube channel for more exposure; those tools wont cost you any extra money, but it will return tons of money as you are open to get more clients and even brands that can hire you to promote their products. This is really a great way to make a huge business. Or forget about any brand and make your own! The sky is the limit with the business you can create by starting with a $100 budget.

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