June 3, 2015
Spice up any nail look and make a strong fashion statement with nail art charms from Bio Sculpture Gel.
May 20, 2015
Elsbeth Schuetz of Orange, Calif., shows how to make this celebratory champagne nail art.
May 19, 2015
May 13, 2015
Three winners (U.S. only) will be selected at random and e-mailed directly on Monday, May 18th. Good luck!
April 9, 2015
The Nail Superstore shows how to pierce a nail using a handheld nail piercer tool to attach a dangling heart charm.
Get creative by filling in the negative space of a flower charm with a little white gel. The Nail Superstore has Sakura cherry blossom charms in large and small. Apply pink and purple gel on the base nail. Make C-curves to Sakura charms. Put the curved Sakura charms in their proper places and then add tiny flowers in the space. For the tiny ones, you can use them without curves. Swarovski crystals make the nail gorgeous! Put them on the nail with the stick. Apply the clear gel. Clean off unhardened gel with the cleaner.
June 26, 2014
In this video from the NAILS Troubleshooter series, Elaine Watson, vice president of marketing and sales for Star Nail International, shows one way to secure nail charms on polished nails.
May 1, 2014
Learn how to do this simple Cubist Bow Tie design from Dashing Diva (as featured in CosmoProf's Vintage Vibe, Modern Style promotion).
April 30, 2014
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Whether you are susperstitious or not, these nail charms can make any client feel lucky. Nails have been likened to jewels before, and with these sparkly add-ons they are definitely a statement-making accessory.
Charms aren’t just for bracelets anymore. These metallic sparklers can be added to any nail for artistry that pops. Get your nail jewelry from one of these suppliers and offer your clients something truly special.
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