October 1, 2000
Here, we give you some tips on removing gels. From filling to soaking there’s more than one way to do it. And it doesn’t always have to be difficult.
November 1, 1998
Light-activated gel systems have been revamped for the healthy, odor-free environment of the 90s.
March 1, 1998
September 1, 1997
Gels are highly sensitive and tricky to produce. Keeping strict control over temperature and environment is critical for product quality.
August 1, 1997
Thanks to technology old heavy UV lamps have given way to today's sleek and quick models. Their production is subjected to rigorous quality control.
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.
September 1, 1995
This first patent was granted on the design of and technology used in the lamp’s bulbs.
June 1, 1995
Light-cured gels often have been described as a pre-mixed, liquid form of acrylic. Not true, say chemists, who explain here what gels are made of and how they work.
April 1, 1995
May 1, 1993
Amid dire predictions that they would destroy the professional nail industry, home gel systems contributed to a surge in the products popularity and taught nail technicians that service, not product, is what they sell.
January 1, 1991
Use gels for long-lasting color
Today's gel systems combine flexibility, strength, and plenty of profit potential
June 1, 1986
May 1, 1986
As more is known about the gels, and their ingredients, we will all feel safer about their long-term use.
November 1, 1985
Earth Day Nail Art8 photos
2014 Mural Contest: A Blast From the Past11 photos
Oligomers are short chains of monomers.
What’s the best way to recruit techs for a new salon?
What low-cost extras do you provide that clients perceive as having a high value?
Do I need a special permit to do medical pedicures?
Should the salon owner do nails herself?
How do you react to negative feedback?
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