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Oct 11th

Janice Scott

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J-Nails Spa Memphis

Nail SpaJanice Scott practiced cosmetology for a while before realizing her niche for nails. She acquired her instructors license, wedded, gave birth to a handsome baby boy and worked a side job at a Barbecue restaurant before gaining employment as a Nail technician.

She gained additional experience in the industry with a nail polish suppler, for where she attended beauty shows and classes for a a few years.

Opening Her First Salon

Mrs. Scott opened her first salon, Different Strokes, on Winchester Road. She specialized in hair, nail, skin, and massage. Before opening J-Nails spa in Brookhaven Circle, she had simultaneously operated as many as three salons. Later the shop moved to 5101 Sanderlin, Suite #15 where it operates a full service nail spa. For the past 14 years Janice serves customers with acrylic and French manicures, and nail art.

Massage Therapists

The spa offers the services of two massage therapists and two estheticians, one of whom is a brow contourist; the other specializes sin glycolic acid treatments and permanent make-up. Her secret to success? “”Being professional is the name of the game,” who has been self employed for over 23 of her 28 years in East Memphis. She is a mother of two sons, ages 28 and 18 and has the custody of a 16 year-old niece.

Janice has achieved success through hard work, sacrifice, and commitment. “With God, you can make it happen.” Ms. Scott also practices Taekwondo and is one belt away from having her Black Belt..

  1. Vivica
    November 20, 2010 at 12:59 pm

    I understand you are a licensed nail technician. Because of the economy I haven’t been able to afford regular salon visits. How can I maintain my manicure in order to preserve my nails until I return to the salon? Thanks

    • Vivica
      November 20, 2010 at 1:05 pm

      Thanks for the question. Although we both know the best nail care should be done by a professional, I understand your situation. A maintenance kit put together by your nail tech is advised. It should include; an appropriate nail file, non-acetone nail polish remover, cuticle oil, a nail strengthener, polish of your choice, and a good quality top coat. Hope this answered your question.


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