November 17, 2011
Amy O. Murphy, Castle Nails (Ruston, LA)
Jeannie Fultz, Nails by Jen
Anna Schmidt, Nails by Anna (Maumee, Ohio)
Rosario Muething, Just P'nk (Winnemucca, NV)
Stephanie Saddler, Butta Fingers Nail Studio (Euclid, Ohio)
November 10, 2011
Alexandra Mansoor, AKA Algae Veronica, is a cosmetologist from Madison Heights, Mich. In this video, she shows newbies how to do a basic manicure, all topped off with an easy floral nail art design. See more of her nail art at http://lotsafingerpaints.tumblr.com.
November 9, 2011
This design by Robin Moses requires little to no nail art experience. "You need a stick, a few colors, and the desire to create. It shows you that any mistake can be covered and turned into something fun!" Moses says.
November 3, 2011
Christie Gibson shows NAILStv viewers how to create a difficult-but-worth-it bubbles design on Young Nails ManiQ gel-polish.
November 2, 2011
Emma Louise Ogden (Clacton on Sea, Essex, UK)Anne Creager, Sheer Creations Salon (Shreveport, LA)Tina Thi Huynh, Queen Nails (Renton, Wash.)
Leanne Brown (Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada)
Penny Lawler, Monaco Nail Artists (Aukland, New Zealand)
Sandra Buschgens (Belgium)
Crystal L. Jones, Hair, Nail, and Fitness Studio (Danville, KY)
November 2, 2011
Christie Gibson of www.christiesnails.com shows NAILStv viewers how to create an easy handpainted black flower petals design on Young Nails ManiQ gel-polish.
October 28, 2011
This design by Robin Moses is so versatile. "You can mix any colors together and have nails for ANY occasion. Your clients will never know you're doing the same design. On Valentine's Day, create a red tip and make the flowers white, medium pink, and dark pink. For vintage wedding nails, use whites and tans," Moses says.
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