December 14, 2010
It is my hope that you are all currently nice and busy in the salon and that by now your Nail Notebook has become something you can take pride in — a showcase of your best
November 22, 2010
Is your notebook looking amazing? What more could it need? How about you? That’s right it needs you! Potential clients could get a glimpse of you, current ones can find out things they may not know.
November 4, 2010
Welcome to Assignment #5! Are you getting antsy to put your notebook out in the salon reception area? How about we create a mini menu for the notebook today and do just that! Then in the
October 20, 2010
Whew! That last assignment was a challenge! Did you print your before and after collages on photo paper, cardstock, or regular paper, slide them into page protectors and add them to your notebook? This assignment is
October 5, 2010
How did you do on the last assignment? Is the notebook starting to come to life? This week we are going to use the photos that you took for part two of the assignment. Some of
September 21, 2010
Welcome to assignment #2 in the creation of your Nail Notebook! How did your cover turn out? Did you have fun exercising your creative muscles outside of nails? I have seen pictures of some amazing covers
September 9, 2010
It is exciting to see all the excitement about the Nail Notebook project! I have had lots of requests for more specific instructions on creating a cover, so for those of you who prefer a little
September 8, 2010
Editor’s Note: Bussey, Iowa-based nail tech and educator Holly “Fingernailfixer” Schippers has started a project call the Nail Notebook. Over the course of the next few months, she’s going to walk you through the creation of
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