First Step - Hire a nail technician.
I thought this would be a difficult process, requiring lots of interviews. I am happy to report that my first candidate was so perfect, I hired her on the spot! Who could resist that smile? Also, she wanted to be payed in cookies, which was a plus.
She even provided her own tools, work table, and refreshments.
(Nail polish and hair bows she bought with birthday money, and an ice chest)
Second Step - Test out he new hire. See if she is any good.
Technician Katarina quickly got to work on my nails.
This nail polish color is named Silly.
After she finished my nails I painted hers. Then it was time to turn Silly into Awesome. All that was required was sticking one hand in the freezer for a couple of seconds.
Is this not the coolest thing ever? The nail polish changes colors! I knew the bottle said mood color changing on it when she bought it, but I didn't really believe it would do that. Here are my and Katarina's nails after we each stuck one hand in the freezer! Amazing. I think of it as nail polish that is also a toy...and a thermometer. Pretty and useful. Good stuff.
Step Three - Hire a Hairstylist.
I lucked out again, my nail technician was also able to do hair. Since I pay my spa employees in cookies, the fact that I didn't have to hire a hairstylist means more cookies for me, right?
I like the matching bows.....they go nicely with pajamas and color changing nails.
Step Four - Relax.
We watched The Shaggy Dog, the original with Fred MacMurray, and
ate cookies deposited our paychecks.
A good opening day for my home spa. I think I will definitely have to open it up for business again this week.