November 22, 2010
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Designer salon aprons are being developed by apparel designers as chic alternatives to your basic cover-up with two strings and a pocket. Here’s a sampling of some of the cutest designs.
March 23, 2010
From Jan. 30 through Feb. 1, beauty manufacturers showed their latest wares and chatted with their clients about the industry. In light of the economic recession, NAILS asked: How is 2010 looking so far? Have you made any changes to the way you do business?
October 1, 2008
Long-known for its line of kitchen couture aprons for home cooks, Jessie Steele Inc. has launched a line of aprons for the salon professional.
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