June 1, 2003
Today’s batch competition products offer great results in the nail area - as well as in the salon. We talked to top competitors to find out what it takes for a product to be deemed a winner.
February 1, 2003
The pool of available competitions shrunk, making it more difficult for both veteran and novice competitors to exercise their skills and earn points. Yet while the opportunities to participate may have diminished, determined techs kept the competitive spirit alive.
February 1, 2003
As in past years, veteran competitors John Hauk, Salina Rush, and Lorena Marquez, all familiar with the winner’s circle, set the pace for the competition.
December 1, 2002
September 1, 2002
The second annual nail competition proves that competing really is a global event.
February 1, 2002
“It’s unbelievable. I wasn’t even planning on entering the Salon of the Year category at first because we’d just moved into our new salon and things were so hectic.”
Winning Salon of the Year, Nail Tech of the Year, and earning first place in the Top 25, Salina Rush made 2001 her best year yet.
October 1, 2001
Top competitors and educators share their tips and techniques for shaving time from the acrylic maintenance service.
July 1, 2001
This month’s cover was truly a team effort of Salina Rush and Dianne D'Agnolo.
February 1, 2001
With a stunning nine first-place wins, Japan’s Eriko Kurosaki captures this year’s top spot on a list comprised of a handful of veteran winners and a surprising number of new faces. Read on to learn the final results and to get acquainted with some of your industry’s finest competitors.
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