June 1, 2009
August 1, 2008
Custom-made design doesn’t have to cost a fortune. On the contrary, with a little DIY ingenuity and a knack for bargain shopping, these techs created unique manicure tables that cost a fraction of traditional custom-designed options.
July 1, 2004
A patrolman on Chicago's West Side, where she grew up, Leatrice Woody is also the inventor of the Buff & Go portable workstation for mobile nail techs.
July 1, 1995
"Manicure table manners" are rewarded
December 1, 1993
Tables now run the gamut from the most basic laminate or plastic tables with extendable lamps to custom-made triple-station works of art with vents, armrests, chrome lamps, and padded client cushions.
August 1, 1991
Today’s table makers offer every extra under the sun -- but nail techs still have some ideas on how to make their workstations even better.
July 1, 1984
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