October 1, 1995
Winning nail competitions could get you noticed. How about being called to endorse nail products? Add to that starting your own product line! The sky's the limit for technician Kim Morgan.
September 1, 1995
“Competition is in my blood,” says the husband, father, and former high school athlete.
July 1, 1995
"Manicure table manners" are rewarded
July 1, 1994
When NAILS Magazine phoned nail technician Kim Morgan to ask her to do the nails for the July cover, she was ecstatic.
April 1, 1994
Top nail competitors Connie Ortiz and Anita Lime discuss what they like and don’t like about acrylic and fiberglass system.
Competition is rivalry between skilled persons, and the theory that once you have competed and won, you should step down is absurd.
People now want natural-looking nails, and pink and white nails look very natural,” says Katrina Rouillard of her favorite technique. “I do sculptured acrylics with forms, again because I think acrylics with forms look more natural than tips. I use plain pink and white powders.”
December 1, 1993
This self-assertive go-getter is always on the lookout for ways to do her job better, faster, and easier.
August 1, 1992
The answer is: consistency, superior workmanship, flawless polish, appropriate length and shape, and a high finish.
May 1, 1990
Known as "the guy who does nails" Tom Holcomb comes back to nail competitions in fighting form.
December 1, 1986
May 1, 1986
To create an exciting, sparkling colorfully kaleidoscopic trade show takes the right combination of people, products, activities and incentives. Just such a package is now being finalized for the WINBA Show.
October 1, 1985
The Nail Trend, with its warm, friendly atmosphere, subdued yet complimentary decor and reputation for quality, consistent work, seems to epitomize what a nail salon should be.
May 1, 1985
The Latest and Greatest Gels: Soft/Soak-Off8 photos
The Latest and Greatest Gels: Hard/Traditional18 photos
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