How do I turn down a nail client with chemical sensitivities?
Reader to Reader: What solutions do you have for handling extremely obese clients respectfully?
Reader to Reader: Have you ever turned a client away due to signs of a nail infection?
Is it safe to put gel on a natural nail that is cracked down to the nail bed?
Can working on an infected nail be harmful to me?
How can I avoid the dreaded heat spikes with gels?
Is it true that gels thin out a client’s nails?
Do you wear gloves while doing pedicures (or any service)?
I’m filing my skin away. What can I do for this problem?
Why have my client’s nails begun lifting from the nail bed?
What precautions should be taken by a diabetic nail tech?
Reader to Reader: How do you politely ask moms not to bring their babies and toddlers with them to their nail appointments?
Why do LED lamps generate so much heat?
How do you put lemon slices in your pedicure without having the scum all over your tub at the end of the pedicure?
Low VOC paints: What are the color choices and quality like?
Are there any artificial nail products that do not have acrylates as an ingredient?
Is there really a monomer that can be used with any acrylic system?
Can artificial nails make a nail fungus infection even worse than it already is?
have a client who has “hooked nails” where they curve sharply downward in the shape of her fingers.
Do our nails "peak" at age 20?
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