August 1, 1997
A legendary bash was held in honor of George Schaeffer's 50th birthday.
July 1, 1997
Schoeneman Beauty Supply held its first-ever Nail and Skin Expo especially for the customers it acquired through the purchase of Didonato Beauty Supply.
Her career was launched in politics and law, but Joyce Hampers says she never fully appreciated business (despite a stint as Assistant Secretary of Commerce) until she ran her own salon.
This salon is nestled right in the heart of higher education but retains a down-to-earth feel.
Artist takes a Barbie doll and installs it with a Barbicide Jar for an artistic twist.
NAILS show ’97 is a show for every exhibitor or attendee who ever said they were “showed out.” T
June 1, 1997
King says that the 1960s brought about greater awareness of health and sanitation needs.
Marina Levin, Lana Stanislavsky and Elena Kuuri came to the U.S. from Russia in hopes of making a better life for themselves. Today, the three women own a lavish salon and day spa and are making life better for many people in the Chicago area.
Brenda L. Roberts- Brown championed the causes of licensing in the state of Illinois and continuing education for nail technicians.
Becky Lynn was told by her doctor that she should quit doing nails. But she figured out a way around it.
At this bustling salon with 13 nail techs, it's all about family and "home-made" products.
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