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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
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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.
March 1, 1999
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There are a couple of practices found in most discount salons that I think all nail salons could learn from.
December 1, 1998
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If you aren't online yet chatting with other nail techs, you're missing a unique opportunity.
October 1, 1998
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There have been times when I haven’t been happy about running certain ads. But I think it’s important that readers understand the difference between paid advertising and editorial provided by the editors of NAILS.
January 1, 1998
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