Edge nails are a cross between a stiletto and a square, where the straight free edge of the square is angled slightly to make a tip, similar to a rooftop.
Longtime flight attendant Holly Kalil offers first-class treatment for the price of coach in her retro airline-themed nail salon.
Before there was gel-polish, there was gel. Making its debut in the mid-1980s, this product was designed as an enhancement for clients who desired a glossy, durable finish. While many clients might think there is a big difference between gel and acrylic, gels actually rely on ingredients from the acrylic family. Perhaps the tougher distinction to make is between hard (traditional) and soft (soak-off) gels.
Girls love nails — and many do their own manis and pedis instead of visiting the salon. But there are things you can do to bring them in and keep them coming back for more.
As a leader in innovation, Japan is home to well-trained “nailists” whose looks frequently migrate stateside. Give your U.S. salon some Eastern flair by trying these styles.
Former Kupa Inc., master educator Sindy Mark recently branched out on her own to start a nail art-focused education program called The Nail Art Academy. Based in San Francisco, Calif., the classes she offers are designed to help students increase their technical and creative skillset and increase income by adding innovative nail art to their service menus.
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Engraved Zebra Print Nail Art Using an Electic File on Acrylics
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Bio Seaweed Gel 3-Step Tropical Getaway Collection 2014
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Wet Paint Nails Tiger Stripes Tutorial
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