October 1, 2002
Tom Holcomb is no stranger to photo shoots. In addition to the many cover shoots he has done with NAILS, Tom also does the nails for EZ Flow’s ads.
September 1, 2002
The second annual nail competition proves that competing really is a global event.
May 1, 2002
Moved to create something artistic after September 11, Tom Holcomb honored New York with a beautiful nail art design.
December 1, 2001
When Alisha, who has been doing nails for seven years, came out to do our shoot she stayed with NAILS’ cover veteran Tom Holcomb.
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.
April 1, 2000
April showers bring May flowers, including Tom Holcomb, who created these colored acrylic masterpieces, as well as the matching ring, also made from acrylic.
January 1, 2000
Who leads when other follow? Who sets the standard? Who are the trend setters?
November 1, 1999
July 1, 1999
The pressure is on... whether you are giving client a French manicure, or you are at a competition attempting to create the perfect sculptured set... the smile line is always on your mind. Here are some tips to help keep you on your toes while making the perfect smile line.
August 1, 1997
March 1, 1993
A behind the scenes look at how products are developed.
May 1, 1990
Known as "the guy who does nails" Tom Holcomb comes back to nail competitions in fighting form.
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