Aleisha Knott loves beautiful nails

All Woman

MONTEGO BAY, St James — ALEISHA Knott (AK), proprietor of Tasia's Nail Spa, loves to see beautiful nails.

The love for immaculate-looking nails has influenced the Capella University psychology student to establish Tasia's Nail Spa in 2011.

Conveniently located in the Fairview Town Centre, Knott said her establishment is geared towards providing the highest quality of nail salon and spa services, offering environmentally friendly lifestyle products to each of her clients under the highest standards of business ethics and quality.

"Tasia's Nail Spa! From the moment you enter our beautiful location, you will immediately experience a difference. From a warm welcome to complimentary wine and beverages, Tasia's is committed to creating an inviting and comfortable spa experience," Knott remarked.

"We offer our guests numerous therapies, treatments, products and nail services that embody the healing traditions of many cultures. Our aim is to provide all guests with impeccable service through experiences that nurture the body, mind and spirit."

According to Knott, Tasia's Nail Spa is dedicated to the enhancement of natural beauty.

"A luxurious, restorative oasis away from it all; de-stress, rejuvenate, and pamper yourself with complete nail and skin care expertise designed for both men and women. Tasia's Nail Spa is the ultimate in nail care, waxing and more," Knott said.

ObsW: What are some of the challenges you face?

AK: The inconsistent flow of customers. We have good days and we have bad days.

ObsW: How do you weather the storm in this economically challenging time?

AK: When you go into business you have to have money put aside so that you can fall back on.

ObsW: What would be your advice to prospective entrepreneurs?

AK: You have to have a lot of patience.





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