April 10, 2014
Holly explains the difference between nail damage and nail dehydration.
Keywords: damaged nails Doug Schoon FingerNailFixer Holly Schippers nail dehydration
February 18, 2014
Famous Names introduces IBX (comprised of IBX and IBX Repair), a new system that provides a shield against damage commonly associated with the soak-off process.
Keywords: damaged nails Famous Names nail repairs
December 20, 2013
In this video from the NAILS Troubleshooter series, LaShaun Brown-Glenn, a U.S. business development manager and trainer for Alessandro, shows the first step toward repairing a broken gel extension edge.
Keywords: Alessandro damaged nails gel troubleshooting gels La Shaun Brown-Glenn
March 21, 2013
With the biggest problem being inadequate soak-off times and nail damage during subsequent forced gel removal, there are some things you can do to help expedite the soak-off process without compromising effectiveness.
Keywords: damaged nails gels product removal removing gels
December 31, 2012
The great windfall of revenue soak-off gel-polishes have brought to salons has become endangered by a rash of improper removal techniques that are leaving clients unsatisfied with their results — and they’re telling their friends about it.
Keywords: damaged nails Doug Schoon gel troubleshooting gels removing gels
August 23, 2011
Nailtiques’ After Artificial Kit is a therapeutic treatment for nails recovering from acrylics, gels, and wraps.
Keywords: damaged nails nail treatments Nailtiques removing acrylics
February 1, 2011
Sometimes a new gel client will be surprised to see damage to her natural nails after a few weeks of wearing gels. There’s no guarantee that all gel applications and removals will be done precisely to manufacturer standards, so in the event of soaking off a set of gels and looking at weakened and thinned nail plates, what is a tech to do?
Keywords: cuticle treatments damaged nails removing gels soak-off gels