Invented by a nail tech, the Client Armrest from Nail Props has two working heights attainable by simply flipping the armrest over. Six readers can win an armrest, which warms and relaxes clients’ arms and hands by placing them in a position easily reachable by nail techs. The warm armrest also eliminates crystallizing during application of acrylic. Use the Client Armrest to ease strain by ergonomically positioning the physical postures of both client and tech.
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