December 1, 1999
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August 1, 1998
OPI makes it easier to find out whether your acrylics contain MMA with a salon kit.
May 1, 1998
December 1, 1997
his year, state boards took a beating, especially in California. Several other states scrutinized whether they even need licensing at all.
November 1, 1997
I have learned one thing about nail technicians: They want the truth about the products they use and they can tell when they're getting it.
September 1, 1997
The nail industry is beginning to understand the dangers of methyl methacrylate. But more nail technicians need to take action.
October 1, 1996
Whether you call it “dental acrylic,” “porcelain,” or methyl methacrylate (its proper name), there should be no question any longer that MMA does not belong on human fingernails.
July 1, 1995
There may be some confusion between ethyl methacrylate (a monomer used widely in acrylic systems today) and methyl methacrylate (a monomer formerly used in acrylic systems but banned for use today).
October 1, 1994
Manufacturers who sell artificial nail products to the general public are putting the user’s safety, the viability of the professional industry, and the reputation of their own company at risk.
June 1, 1991
Since its origins in dentistry, acrylic for nails has improved steadily. What does the future hold for this product?
Hidden Gems: Underside Nail Art11 photos
Nail Looks From NYFW F/W2015188 photos
The mechanism to create the whirlpool action used in pedicure spas; the term “pipeless” is owned by SaniJet; these systems have...
Am I losing my touch applying acrylics?
Should I have a TV in my salon?
Is perfectionism on the job a blessing or a curse?
What’s the best way to recruit techs for a new salon?
What low-cost extras do you provide that clients perceive as having a high value?
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