May 14, 2013
An undesirable but preventable formation of tiny crystals in the uncured nail coating, often resulting from unusually cold temperatures or drafts while a nail technician is working with wet acrylic product.
September 30, 2012
Depending on conditions, clients’ hands and feet may be puffy, moist, and sweaty or cold, dry, and numb. A tech needs to know how to compensate for these changes so she can apply product to a consistent, stable nail surface each time.
August 31, 2012
Does our environment change how we do nails? Do techs living in climates where it dips into double digits below zero work differently than techs who live where it’s nearly 100 degrees with 80% humidity?
May 1, 1994
Rain nor sleet nor snow could keep most clients away from the salon during this past winters record-breaking snowstorms.
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A chronic skin condition characterized by inflamed, red, raised areas that develop silvery scales; also causes pitting, splitting, and...
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