Posted by Fox News on Sunday, January 16, 2019 04:06:56 A woman has developed a “supercut” nail salon to help cut down on the time spent in the salon.
It’s a technology designed to reduce the amount of time it takes for someone to get the desired look and also prevent nail fungus and breakage.
The company, called the CutIt, will offer a 24-hour cut to clients at its flagship store in Dallas, Texas.
It promises to reduce time spent waiting in line for the salon, and can be purchased through its website or by visiting the salon’s store.
The salon is set to launch in Austin, Texas, and Dallas later this year.
The idea of the cut is that, unlike most nail salons, CutIt will give customers a choice between salon services.
For instance, customers can choose between manicure and color treatment.
“Our cutting edge technology is the cutting edge of cutting edge nail salon technology,” the company said in a press release.
“It is the perfect way to cut down time spent on the salon floor and to prevent the spread of nail fungus.”
CutIt is a part of the company’s mission to provide affordable and cutting edge haircare to individuals, said company CEO Michael Stokan.
The technology will be available for both men and women, who will be able to opt for either manicure or color treatment, with a combination of products.
According to the company, CutThe will be fully self-service.
It will have a range of salon services including a salon assistant who will cut your nails and take your measurements and then send your cut to a cutting machine.
The machine will then remove your nail and give you a nail polish.
The process is quick and easy, with customers able to walk out of the salon after they’ve received their cut.
There is a $20 monthly fee, and the company is looking to grow its business to $500,000 by the end of 2019.
“CutIt is designed to be an affordable option for people who don’t have the time or budget to spend hours in the salons.
Our technology is not only cutting edge, it is cutting edge for anyone,” said Stok, adding that CutIt was born out of a desire to offer a way for individuals to get a haircut and make the best decisions for themselves.
“We believe that by having a way to reduce your time spent and make that time count, you will be more confident, happier and more successful in your life,” he said.
The cut has the potential to save a lot of time and money, and CutIt has a long way to go before it is able to become an option for everyone.
The team behind the technology are hoping that it will eventually be able help people save money on salon visits, and prevent some of the stress associated with a salon visit.
“The cut has a potential to help people cut down their time spent with the salon and to reduce stress,” said CEO Michael V. Stokant.
“This technology is in its early stages and we believe that with a little time and experimentation, this technology will become more available to more people and more easily be accessed and adopted.”