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Meet Keisha Alteme of NailBully Nail Bar in Dania Beach

Today we’d like to introduce you to Keisha Alteme.

Keisha, please share your story with us.
I started the NailBully Nail Bar as a career-oriented and creative individual with more than 20 years of licensed experience in the nail care industry; I have a great knowledge and ability in enhancing and crafting unique natural nails along with nail extensions. “I love what I do!” which is a frequent caption under my Instagram pictures where most fellow nail techs and prospective clients can preview my artistry.

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
It has not been a smooth road to opening my salon and staying successful. Some of the struggles I have encountered has been, just being accepted in the community as a non-Vietnamese nail salon, educating new clients on quality and fair pricing, also finding and retaining staff that understands the big picture.

NailBully Nail Bar – what should we know? What do you guys do best? What sets you apart from the competition?
Customers who sit in my chair usually do not have to come back for 3-4 weeks. They love the quality of my nail work. When my clients come to an appointment their time is of the up most importance to me. I use my 20 years of experience wisely timing my work for perfection so you don’t have to spend all day in a nail salon. Most people ask why are you called the NailBully? The reason I have been named a NailBully is because most of my clients do not choose what designs I put on their nails, and usually surrender to my designs and absolutely love it! When you are ready to get your nails bullied by one of the best nail techs in South Florida go to my website at to make an appointment to see me today.

What is “success” or “successful” for you?
Success to me is the ability to make a profit doing something I love while not sacrificing quality or the time of my clients. I also cater to a professional woman who understands quality and appreciates punctuality.

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