October 1, 2004
This non-profit trade association will represent the entire professional beauty industry in North America - bringing together for the first time the distributor, manufacturer, and salon/spa communities in order to collectively advocate for the industry.
October 1, 2000
May 1, 2000
At a time when the nail industry needs them most, professional associations are having a tough time getting, and keeping, membership. I think it’s a shame that people can’t or won’t see the benefit to the greater good of banding together.
August 1, 1999
March 1, 1999
September 1, 1998
The Professional Association of Nailcare Specialists and Nailtechnicians of Germany is formed to support German nail techs.
May 1, 1998
November 1, 1996
What started in 1992 as an offshoot of NAILS Magazine to organize professional nail technicians and be a vehicle to provide low-cost insurance, is now a trade organization to be reckoned with.
October 1, 1995
The company has become a gold sponsor of the Association de Estilistas Latinos, and association for Spanish-speaking beauty professionals.
February 1, 1995
The Asssociación de Estilistas Latinos describes itself as “the first and foremost club of hairdressers, nail technicians, and estheticians of Latino descent.”
January 1, 1993
Board members of the Nails Industry Association meet to hammer out member benefits and elect officers.
November 1, 1992
NIA stands for Nail Industry Association. It is a professional association developed by NAILS Magazine and Bobit Publishing Company to represent nail technicians.
December 1, 1991
New officers include Myriam Zuckerman Clifford as president.
April 1, 1987
A small group of dedicated, farsighted, and hardworking nail technicians, active in the youngest chapter of the nation’s largest cosmetology association, is beginning to have their impact.
September 1, 1986
Colorful Nail Art: VietSALON Nail Artistry Competition25 photos
InternatioNAILS: Australia Gallery15 photos
The part of the skin under the free edge of the nail.
How do I announce to my clients that I will be moving to a new salon?
The new products I’m using are adding time to each appointment. How do I adjust my schedule?
Why isn’t my Gelish application curing properly?
What’s the cause of the pinkish-red oval area on the pad of my client’s toes?
Am I losing my touch applying acrylics?
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