By  on March 14, 2018

The retail nail lacquer business has lacked luster for the past five years. According to IRI data, polish volume has been down an average of 8 percent for the past year.

Two brothers with heritage in the professional salon business have a game plan to change that path. “The nail business has become commoditized,” said Habib Salo, who along with his brother Greg operate Young Nails. “It is lagging for a variety of reasons. There hasn’t been fun and excitement. We want to bring reasons for people to come back. We’re different…hey, we’re two guys in the nail business,” he added of the company founded by their immigrant mother when she was 49 years old.

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