Digital frames can store hundreds of nail art photos, run a clear, continual slideshow of your work, and some can even organize pictures into themed albums and show video clips.
Is your polish-smudged nail art photo album showing signs of wear? (It probably didn’t help that you spilled coffee on it last week.) Do some Spring cleaning by replacing your old-school album with a tech-savvy digital picture frame.
“This way, during their services, my clients can watch the display and see the nail art options available,” says Lucia Etchamendy, owner of Lucia’s Hair and Nail Salon in Hesperia, Calif., who bought a digital frame in December.
In addition to having a sleek appearance, the frames, which cost between $100 and $300, have other benefits too. They can store upwards of hundreds of nail art photos, run a clear, continual slideshow of your work, and some can even organize pictures into themed albums, show video clips, or incorporate energy-saving motion detectors. Just keep the hot beverages away from it.
Click here to see Just Like You Picture It - Tips From Techs Photographing Nails (NAILS Magazine, May, 2008) for advice on getting the best picture possible.