November 22, 2010
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Salons get into the December holiday spirit with a slew of themed decorations. Get inspired and learn how to add a little holiday pizzazz to your own space.
We asked techs to make some holiday-inspired nail designs you can try for yourself this year. From Christmas to Kwanzaa, and Hanukkah to the Winter Solstice, we’ve got a design for everyone!
Six talented nail artists present their designs to help moms and their daughters bond. Whether your clients are mother/daughter duos who love to look the same or would rather express their individuality we’ve got something for you to choose from.
From nail polish to pumice files, your favorite nail manufacturers have offered up cute and celebratory ways to increase your bottom line -- while spreading holiday cheer.
Holiday nail art can be silly or sophisticated, bold or demure. Your clients are sure to find something right for them in these designs.
Ten nail artists say “thank you” to moms everywhere.
November 17, 2010
Nails by Michelle Achhammer, Michelle’s Nail Design, Zirndorf, Germany
November 12, 2010
Fade Royal Red Glitter near the smile line.
October 12, 2010
Use the items in Color Club’s Bewitching Collection kit to create this abstract Halloween nail art design.
October 1, 2010
Nails by Stephanie Saddler, Butta Fingers Nail Studio, Cleveland, Ohio.
Nails by Michelle Kelcher, Tough as Nailz, Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.
August 1, 2010
Nails by Jade Sewell, Just Nails, Great Falls, Mont.
July 1, 2010
Nails by Cassie Fero, Eugene, Ore.
Nails by Stephanie Saddler, Butta Fingers Nail Studio, Cleveland
Nails by Tracey Nguyen, Envy Nails, Oklahoma City
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