May 20, 2010
After reading Hannah’s “On My Mind: What Inspires You?” in the June issue of NAILS, I found myself asking what truly does inspire me? What is it that inspires me to continue on doing what I
May 20, 2010
Nail art step-by-steps from Orly International.
May 17, 2010
I'm sitting here asking myself what's next? Well, I still haven't won a first place trophy for an art category so I guess I better start practicing that, eh? The next art category that I will
May 11, 2010
Light Elegance’s new Glitter Gels for the summer and spring come in six fantastic shades.
May 1, 2010
If your clients are afraid of this pointy shape, offer up this advice from nail techs who do their best to ensure that beauty doesn’t have to equal pain.
May 1, 2010
Sport the latest trend as team stripes, padded football shoulders, and utilitarian touches like snap closures turn athletic-inspired apparel into streetwear.
Nails by Cassie Kohr, Academy of Beauty by Patsy & Rob, Cottleville, Mo.
Nails by Nhung Nguyen, Angel Nails, Knoxville, Tenn.
Nails by Stephanie Saddler, Butta Fingers Nail Studio, Cleveland, Ohio
Nails by Kelly-Marie Daly, The Nail Sanctuary, Charleville, Ireland
Nails by Tracey Nguyen, Envy Nails, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Nails by Natalie Wolfe Wargo, Shear Innocence, Johnstown, Pa.
Catherine Wong gives NAILS readers a peak into her step-by-step nail art books.
C. A. Therien offers a wide variety of handmade fimo clay canes for beautiful nail art. Fimo canes are easily cut into thin slices, or designs can be purchased in convenient pre-cut packs. Fimo can be encased in acrylic or gel, or glued on top of polish and sealed with a gel top coat.
Young Nails Imagination Art Acrylic Powders can be used to create an amazing variety of nail designs. The powders come in four collections of solid colors, plus five collections of glitters, and they handle well so techs can create intricate designs.
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