Dr. Leena S., who is referred to as the ‘nail tycoon’ by many, has built an enviable reputation for herself with the unparalleled success of The Nail Artistry, her luxury salon chain which has established itself as the absolute favourite amongst its target audience.
The Nail Artistry is where Indian elite and celebrities head to when they wish to be pampered with a relaxing and luxurious manicure or pedicure. They all seem to love the sheer luxe experience that they get from The Nail Artistry team, which treats them like royalty.
We recently caught up with Dr. Leena S. to speak to her about her inspiration, her plans for The Nail Artistry, her newly-launched online news portal and her future plans. Here are the excerpts:
How does it feel to see that your hard work has paid off?
What we do at The Nail Artistry is special. We make people feel relaxed and good about themselves while also delivering better hygiene and grooming. Nothing can actually beat the feeling that the smiles of a satisfied customer gives us.
Needless to say, it is absolutely gratifying to know that people appreciate the hard work we have put in to make The Nail Artistry a global brand that cares so much for its customers.
How is The Nail Artistry different from a visit to a regular salon?
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