March 1, 2015
Are you at risk for catching a dangerous virus in your salon? Although rare, it is possible to contract a bloodborne pathogen during a nail service. Learn how to protect yourself from these potentially devastating diseases.
April 9, 2012
The hepatitis C virus causes hepatitis C, a liver disease.
July 1, 2003
Risk factors for hepatitis: Having unprotected sex, sharing drug needles, administering tattoos or body piercing s with dirty needles ... and getting a pedicure? Not really.
September 1, 2000
Get advice on maintaining free edges, nail biting habits, hepatitis B, and calluses.
July 1, 1994
With the decision of a few state boards to require salons to use tuberculocidal disinfectants, manufacturers and industry associations debate whether they are really necessary for use in salons.
Wash-ful Thinking8 photos
2016 Nail Tech Event of the Smokies23 photos
Cofounder of Young Nails (with his brother Greg).
What are reasonable terms for a non-compete contract?
How do I announce to my clients that I will be moving to a new salon?
The new products I’m using are adding time to each appointment. How do I adjust my schedule?
Why isn’t my Gelish application curing properly?
What’s the cause of the pinkish-red oval area on the pad of my client’s toes?
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