March 1, 1997
There are just about as many myths circulating about nail care as there are Elvis’ whereabouts. As a nail technician you have a responsibility to your clients to know what constitutes good nail care practice … and what is just plain hogwash.
January 1, 1997
InStyle magazine now features monthy full-page ads of the Rocky Mountain polish collection.
January 1, 1997
December 1, 1996
Why is it that nail salons are not selling record-breaking amounts of nail polish themselves? Because they’re not trying.
August 1, 1996
OPI announced its new fall polish colors, called the Rocky Mountain Nail Lacquer Collection
May 1, 1995
Japanese manufacturer is water based and claims to be odor free.
January 1, 1995
Did you know that at one time black was the favorite color applied to fingernails, and that men — not women — wore it?
Just when you thought school was behind you, here’s a short history lesson in nails.
July 1, 1993
A California court must decide whether toluene in nail polish poses a sufficient health hazard to consumers and nail technicians to require warning labels.
December 1, 1987
Icy Pastels is the latest from color maker Orly.
May 1, 1987
Our first major cover piece on polish generated excitement, enthusiasm, as manufacturers were contacted, research completed and product samples requested and received.
February 1, 1987
Celebrate Day of the Dead: Dia De Los Muertos Nail Art13 photos
Backstage at NYFW Spring/Summer 2015145 photos
A substance, such as vitamin E, vitamin C, or beta carotene, thought to protect body cells from the damaging effects of oxidation.
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What low-cost extras do you provide that clients perceive as having a high value?
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