July 1, 2000
Whatever filing need you may have, electric files can do the job.
September 1, 1999
With all of the negative hype on drills, it is becoming crucial for nail technicians to be properly trained on their usage. Connecting with the right people for education and knowing the state regulations can help pave the way drilling success.
December 1, 1998
The Commission has brought up the issue because of a tremendous influx of consumer complaints about nail damage due to drill use.
June 1, 1998
I’m of the mind that if properly educated and skilled in their use, drills can only help nail technicians save time, but allow them to do some procedures that are more difficult by hand (like backfills).
October 1, 1995
If your clients experience a burning sensation during a nail service, chances are you’re preparing the nail improperly or applying the product incorrectly.
July 1, 1995
Electric files have allowed a generation of nail technicians to cut their service time drastically, yet critics view them as a health menace to both client and nail technician. Here’s the latest buzz on the controversy from a legal point of view.
February 1, 1995
In a victory for South Carolina nail technicians who use electric files, the state board rescinded its prohibition of electric drills following a public hearing.
October 1, 1993
By taking a few precautions, nail technicians can reap the benefits of using a drill while avoiding its potential hazards.
October 1, 1991
The subject of electric filling systems generates a lot of emotional heat – some technicians say these time-saving tools are a necessity, others see them as client turnoffs.
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