Nail salon manicure equipment supply list
It can be very overwhelming to think about starting your own business. Finding a list of supplies for your new salon or spa can be difficult, so we are featuring a series of blog posts with the necessary supply lists.
This blog post lists the essential items you need for your manicure/nail desk room or area of your spa or salon. I have added things that you might not think about but are important and increase the value of services.
Let’s take a look at the most important supplies and some of the other ones you might not think about when opening your new manicure/nail or esthetics business.
Big list of supplies for your nail salon
All of the products on this list rate 4/5 stars or higher.⭐⭐⭐⭐
Nail salon manicure equipment supply list highlights
37-inch Portable & Foldable Manicure Table– This manicure desk is lightweight and easily folded and packed away. Although I like the price point of this desk ( Usually less than $150), if you can afford a bigger table with storage, go for it.
OmySalon Manicure Table-This iron frame manicure table has 2 side cabinets for storage. It is equipped with an electric downdraft vent that can help collect nail dust. And it comes with a clip-on LED lamp which can offer you a clear view during work as well.
Check out this blog post for a big list of desks to compare their best sellers.
Puresoft Padded Desk Chair– An ergonomically adjustable chair that is easy to clean is a must-have for anyone who does nails or sits at a desk. You can buy 2 and make one a client chair.
LED Desk Lamp: Drevet Desk Light with 1 USB Charging Port and 2 AC Power Outlet, 3 Lighting Modes, 3 Level Brightness,1H Timer, Touch Control
Waiting room chair for clients– A solid chair is a good idea for clients who are waiting for a technician. It should be easy to clean. You can also use a client manicure chair if you are short on space.
Most Forgotten Spa Necessities:
Although client comfort is also essential, remind yourself that you have to sit in front of the nail desk or in that room all day long, so make sure it is what you want.
If you are opening a salon or spa, you should read our blog post The practical guide to starting an esthetics business