January 1, 2005
Technicians are often afraid or intimidated when it com to entering a nail competition. Oftentimes, it is simply because they don’t know what to expect. These helpful tips are exactly what a new competitor needs to rise to the challenge.
September 1, 2001
These judging criteria may help you figure out why your nails don’t look exactly like the ones winning trophies.
August 1, 1992
The answer is: consistency, superior workmanship, flawless polish, appropriate length and shape, and a high finish.
April 1, 1992
NAILS follows a new nail compettior from contest registration to the awards ceremony.
May 1, 1991
Vicki Peters receives hundreds of phone calls from nail technicians who have questions about the art of competing. This month Peters answers the most frequently asked questions about competitions.
Celebrating Our Gelish Play at Home S. 4 Winners11 photos
CND VIP Brand Summit16 photos
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What are reasonable terms for a non-compete contract?
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?
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