Two wordsDo it.
A Question I like to askWhat are your dreams?
A person who inspires me dailyJoel Osteen
A place I go to rewindA walk by the sea, or just in nature.
An idea I am working onPutting together a webinar
The day everything worksEverything usually works on Sunday :)
My message to the worldIf you have a dream, work on getting it.
The gospel truthI didn’t always want to be a Nail Salon Entrepreneur, but as it may, I always did my nails and when I owned an in-home jewellery business, I offered my nail art as a gift for giving me a jewellery party. After working for two years and traveling from house to house, getting home very early in the morning, say three or four a.m, it was time to talk about a salon. Nail Artistry by Tina was opened in late 1983 with 35 clients. I did a lot of reading and learning about nail art and the strokes to form the flowers that I paint. I have been drawing medical illustrations since I was a young girl so I always knew how to draw, but this was a challenge. Everything I learned I offered and sold to my clients and by word-of-mouth my business grew.
Get High OnWhat I enjoy most about my work is making people happy and feel proud of their nails as well as to communicate with them. I enjoy motivating some of them to grow. I also enjoy competing…though I have lost a couple of times, I ended up winning 13 trophies in total. I have taken the first and the second place both at the International Beauty Show in New York as well as at The World International Beauty Association, California. I enjoy painting many things, for instance, jewellery, clothing, furniture, rocks (gratuity rocks), buckets and last but not the least, murals in homes.
The One to adoreAll of the other nail artists I followed are no longer in business, but there is one person whom I do admire now and that is none other than Robin Moses. I do not know if she owns a salon, but she does a lot of YouTube videos.
'What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly'. Darkness cannot tire those eyes that are ever busy finding new hope, coloring up all the dull corners and lighting up young hearts by telling them to choose their destiny as a victor, and not as a victim. Tina Panariello is the one who can tell you why you should give a damn about your dreams, even when the world does not.