February 2, 2012
Michael Megna is Backscratchers Salon Systems’ chief executive officer and co-founder.
July 1, 2009
Nail product manufacturers tell us their story in the space of a cocktail napkin.
July 1, 2008
Michael Megna, CEO and co-founder of Backscratchers Salon Systems, discusses salon sanitation issues and the trend toward disposable products.
June 1, 2006
With consolidation of distributors comes consolidation of the nail lines they choose to carry. Today, nail manufacturers are finding themselves looking for non-traditional avenues to get their products to potential clients.
October 1, 2004
Whether linen, paper, silk, or fiberglass, chances are you’ve seen or done a wrap before. But have you ever thought about its humble beginnings? We decided to take a trip back in time to track the origins of wraps and see how far they’ve come.
February 1, 2004
1984 was quite a year. Apple Computer introduced the Macintosh, stonewashed jeans had just made their entrance into pop culture, and Backscratchers Salon Systems introduced fiberglass wrap technology.
May 1, 2002
The industry, and I personally, lost a dear friend recently when NAILS sales rep Helen Vanegas died.
October 1, 1994
March 1, 1994
July 1, 1991
It is especially gratifying to be presented with a Who’s Who Readers’ Choice Award because the honor comes from the people who actually use the products.
October 26, 1986
If you know anything at all about fiberglass, the word itself should bring to mind the concept of strength combined with good looks.
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CND VIP Brand Summit16 photos
Roberts-Brown, who died in 1997, is fondly remembered for championing the causes of licensing in Illinois and continuing education for nail...
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