April 1, 2001
New competition opportunity has global vision.
March 1, 2001
February 1, 2001
Educate clients constantly about the products you use. Wouldn’t clients be more interested in trying items that they knew a lot about?
January 1, 2001
Instead of giving you my resolutions for the new year, the song from “The Sound of Music” brings to mind an idea to talk about what’s great about the nail industry instead of what needs improvement.
December 1, 2000
How come the license that has become a symbol for professionalism halfway across the globe doesn’t hold the same cachet in this country?
July 1, 2000
June 1, 2000
Should more states allow apprenticeships as a viable educational option for aspiring nail technicians?
March 1, 2000
December 1, 1999
We’re going to be here for you next month, next year, next century, and into the next millennium, just like we are today.
September 1, 1999
NAILS Rewards program offers special incentives for our subscribers
August 1, 1999
Why are nail fashion trends being set by retail companies and consumer beauty editors instead of professional manufacturers and nail technicians?
July 1, 1999
June 1, 1999
Since there is no certain way to know how many competitors are in each competition or whether they’re ranked competitors, we can’t award bonus points based on whether a competition is crowded with the top people.
May 1, 1999
Our slogan for NAILS Rewards is “Surpass Your Expectations.” That’s something we take to heart here at the magazine.
April 1, 1999
Besides providing nail professionals with a monthly magazine that is an informational and educational resource, our mission is to inspire you.
Remembering Vicki Peters51 photos
Succulent Scrubs8 photos
System established under state law that provides payments, without regard to fault, to employees injured in the course and scope of their employment.
Am I losing my touch applying acrylics?
Should I have a TV in my salon?
Is perfectionism on the job a blessing or a curse?
What’s the best way to recruit techs for a new salon?
What low-cost extras do you provide that clients perceive as having a high value?
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