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Cosmopolitan Promotes Pedicures

July 18, 2008  | News

OPI Pedicure Scrub and Nicole by OPI Nail Lacquer in City Pretty Rose are listed as pedicure essentials.

Keywords: consumer press   Nicole by OPI   OPI products   pedicures   Polish  

Essence Announces Its Readers' Choice Beauty Awards

July 18, 2008  | News

Essence readers like OPI Chip Skip, Nail Envy, and OPI's world-famous nail lacquers.

Keywords: consumer press   nail strengtheners   nail treatments   OPI products   Polish  

Wired Calls Urban Decay "Worst Ever"

June 17, 2008  | News

In a story on worst gadgets ever, Wired says the "novelty wore off before the polish did" about Urban Decay.

Keywords: consumer press   consumer product brands   Polish  

What Are Glamour's "10 Quick Tricks for Pretty Summer Toes"?

June 1, 2008  | News

A four page, full-color feature on foot care and nail styles show off the best looking feet.

Keywords: consumer press   Essie   lotions   OPI products   Polish  

Tweezerman polka dotted tweezers promoted in Glamour's "Beauty Steals"

June 1, 2008  | News

Do you carry Tweezerman's cute polka-dotted tweezers for impulse buyers?

Keywords: consumer press   Tweezerman   tweezers  

The Glossies Love Poshé

May 15, 2008  | News

Poshe gets ink in Allure, Harper's, and Star.

Keywords: base coats   consumer press   cuticle treatments   Poshe   top coats  

Pro Brands Top Allure's List

January 16, 2008  | News

The editors of Allure review and evaluate more than 2,000 beauty products before issuing their Best in Beauty list. See which nail products earn their praise and why.

Keywords: awards   CND   consumer press   Essie   OPI products  

Allure Salutes its "Best of Beauty"

January 15, 2006  | News

As voted by Allure’s editors and readers, here are some standouts from its October 2005 picks.

Keywords: consumer press   Essie   OPI products   Polish   Poshe  

Survey Shows Salon Customers Satisfied with Nail Salons

March 1, 2005  | Article

First-ever survey of nail salon patrons shows that clients are not too worried about sanitation, are less loyal to individual nail technicians, and favor convenience above most other salon features. Among our other key findings is they start getting their nails done at a young age (almost half say they started manicures before they reached age 25). That's good to know for those of you cultivating teens and college students now.

Keywords: consumer press   customer service   industry research  

Twice as Old, Half as Wise?

February 1, 2003  | Article

As we celebrate 20 years, what have we learned as an industry?

Keywords: consumer press   continuing education   discount salons  

“20/20” Hindsight

July 1, 2002  | Article

Did the media finally get it right? The nail community debates the merits of the long-awaited story on MM A usage that aired on the ABC news magazine show “20/20.”

Keywords: bad publicity   consumer press   Doug Schoon  

Watsonville: News at 11

July 1, 2001  | Article

Far be it for me (as a member of the media) to criticize the rest of the media, but you have to wonder why the news picked up on this story six months after it happened, and is now blowing the story out of the water without doing much follow-up.

Keywords: bad publicity   consumer press   salon sanitation   Watsonville  

As I See It: Nails Make Bad News

September 1, 1998  | Article

We try to understand why some salons do not comply with even simple board rules, whether the inspection process and fines keep salons honest, and whether salons and consumers have any recourse when they have a problem.

Keywords: consumer press   salon inspections  

How to Complain to a Consumer Magazine About Nail Coverage

July 1, 1998  | Article

Don't get mad; help inform beauty editors

Keywords: consumer press  

Are Your Ears Burning? I’ve Been Talking About You

January 1, 1996  | Article

I’ve been talking to several editors at the big consumer beauty magazines. They all seem to ask the same questions, like "What should someone look for in a good nail salon?"

Keywords: As I See It   consumer concerns   consumer press  

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