The manicure boutique at French manicure chain stores like the one that opened in the Westlake neighborhood of Seattle recently opened.
The store, called Soho Luxe, has been running for the past six months.
Its owners say they have a great deal of faith in their product.
And they say they’ve gotten the Chinese customers.
“They’re just amazing, they’re just so happy,” said owner Rachel Yee.
The first customer was a Chinese student from China.
“He was just super excited, really enthusiastic,” said Yee, who also runs a Chinese beauty salon.
She and her husband, Brian, have a lot of Chinese friends, so they have been selling their products to them.
“We got a lot more than what we expected,” she said.
They say the Chinese shoppers are not going to stop coming.
They want the products because they want to know that they can trust their manicures.
They just want to feel good about the quality of the products that they get, and they don’t want to be cheated.
Chinese buyers, like many other foreign buyers, are also looking for quality.
They’re looking for the best quality and are willing to pay a premium for it, Yee said.
Chinese customers tend to be older, wealthier, and have better educations, she said, and many of them don’t speak English.
So Yee has been working with the Chinese Embassy in Seattle and with a local beauty school to make sure they are aware of the quality standards.
So far, the Chinese customer is not paying more than $20 a visit.
The Vietnamese customer is paying between $100 and $200 a visit, Yees said.
But they are still buying in large numbers.
They are buying more and more Chinese products, and the Vietnamese are buying a lot less.
That is a sign of quality, Yesays.
The Yeeses have had to change their manicure style.
They have to change out the brush, and Yee says she is learning how to use the brushes better.
The salon has to buy more products to keep up with demand, and she also has to find ways to keep the prices low.
They can only keep up at a rate of about $3,000 a month, which is a small amount, she estimates.
The Chinese customers are also paying a lot.
For the past month, they have paid more than they expected, she added.
“I don’t know how much we’ve been able to pay ourselves, and we have to keep doing what we’re doing,” Yee explained.
She said she has received donations from Chinese businesses to help cover the expenses of the Chinese shop.
She hopes to eventually open a full-service Chinese manicurist salon in the area.