April 1, 2010
Nails by Brenda Skermont, AbFab Salon and Spa, Rockford, Ill.
Gina Silvestro is constantly thinking outside of the standard nail “bubble” and strives to stay on the cusp of trends, while sharing and instilling innovative thinking and techniques with her peers. For this month’s cover we asked her to create something fun and bubbly.
March 31, 2010
Lisa Lang, Hey! Nice Nails! (Oakville, Ontario, Canada)
March 18, 2010
Elizabeth Seaman, True Reflections Salon (Lewiston, Idaho)
Tahnee Reyes, Pinky's Salon (Porterville, Calif.)
March 5, 2010
NSI has new Illusion Soak-Off Gel colors for the spring, bringing metallics, creams, brights, and neutrals to complement the festive season.
March 4, 2010
As the glitter gel toenails craze continues among clients, Light Elegance has released a gel line that makes life easier for the nail techs who do this popular service.
March 1, 2010
Nails by Cassie Fero, Eugene, Ore.
March 1, 2010
When it comes to that happiest part of the nail we all know and love, there’s no one right way to make it perfect. Smile lines can adapt to the nail to complement the shape and design of the nail. Akzentz educator Gina Silvestro of Gel Essentials in Cranston, R.I., shows her ideal smile lines for several different nail shapes.
OPI’s Axxium Soak Off Gel Lacquers come in a number of fan-favorite OPI polish colors and are easily applied and soaked off. The gels are perfect for busy women that demand long-lasting color, and best of all, toes can go straight into shoes immediately.
February 26, 2010
Claudia Iacovetto, C-C My Nails (Newcastle, Wyo.)
Dana Gonzalez-Kurtz, Artistry of the Nail @ Salon Shibumi (Portland, Ore.)
Michelle Kelcher (Alberta Canada)
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Music Festival Nail Art46 photos
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