August 19, 2011
You might recognize the name Alisha Rimando from her many years on the competition circuit and as a much-sought-after international educator. Well now she’s married and working at Red Door Spas as the national training director of nail services. And she’s looking for more than a few good techs to join her.
September 1, 1999
With Alaska, Connecticut, and Nebraska well on their way to licensing nail technicians, the Final Four is quickly coming down to the Very Last One.
July 1, 1999
Of the four states still left without any kind of licensing regulations (Alaska, Connecticut, Nebraska, and Utah) regarding nail technicians, the first two are well on their way to making a change for the better.
May 1, 1995
State legislatures are now on session. Various bills have been introduced that, if passed, would affect nail technicians and salon owners in several states. The following are bills currently being considered.
October 1, 1991
Behind-the-scenes politicking, lobbying inexperience, and legislative ignorance have tied up the New York licensing battle for years — but advocates say 1992 is their year.
December 1, 1985
Anniversaries are a time to reflect on past accomplishments and to evaluate plans for the future. FLOWERY BEAUTY PRODUCTS takes the occasion of its 75th Anniversary to do just that. “The company that’s been the choice of professionals for 75 years” reviews its reputation for stability, quality and innovation as it prepares to initiate a new generation of management.
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