October 1, 2007
But once you have, using an electric file will become habit — a safe one.
It’s hard to overcome a history of adversity, but today’s electric files have come a long way, baby. With some patience and practice, techs can get a lot of help from this handy tool.
June 1, 2007
Choosing new bits can be such a confusing and overwhelming decision when first starting out because we have so many choices.
February 2, 2007
The “Nail Community Cares” campaign to fight breast cancer needs volunteers to help spread the word and peddle its signature pink high-shine buffers.
June 1, 2006
Electric nail file machines come in all shapes and sizes (not to mention colors and maximum RPM). With all these options, the possibilities can be overwhelming. To help you find your ideal file, we've rounded up a variety of machines and highlighted specifications of interest: from ergonomic handpieces to volt-change capabilities to battery operation.
December 31, 2005
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The results are in for the second annual NAILS Readers' Choice Awards: your favorite products in every category and the Top 12 Favorite New Products, as voted on by the readers of NAILS Magazine.
April 1, 2005
Kupa has created a bit that makes backfills easier and faster.
June 1, 2004
For years, electric files have allowed nail techs to cut their service time, yet they’ve also gotten negative reviews from clients and the nail industry alike. Are they still getting a bad rap or are electric files finally making a positive groove in the industry?
July 1, 2001
What exactly goes into making the time-saving tool favored by so many nail techs?
October 1, 2000
Manufacturing electric file bits with tungsten carbide creates long-lasting and extra-durable bits.
2014 Mural Contest: A Blast From the Past11 photos
Spacing Out16 photos
Any coating created by fashioning acrylic, fiber wraps, or gels over the underlying nail or artificial nail tip.
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