July 1, 2007
Combat boredom in the salon by varying your routine and trying new things from time to time. Whether you’ve got a little downtime or you simply need to kick-start a new routine, there are many ways to re-energize and refresh your surroundings in order to up the entertainment factor of your job.
June 1, 2006
Do nail professionals find good deals or are they better off simply ordering what they need from their distributor or straight from the manufacturer? Three beauty industry professionals tell us what they think.
February 1, 2006
If you have hit the trade show circuit over the years, then you’ve most likely witnessed some of the changes shows have undergone.
October 1, 2002
In this month's Reader to Reader column, techs share their best practices.
August 1, 2002
Trade shows used to seem bigger, brighter, and shinier and I wasn’t familiar with all the product lines. Every booth had something undiscovered to show me, and I couldn’t wait till the next big trade show. Where did that feeling go?
April 1, 2001
New competition opportunity has global vision.
July 1, 1997
NAILS show ’97 is a show for every exhibitor or attendee who ever said they were “showed out.” T
April 1, 1992
This issue will hit the streets on the first day of the Midwest Beauty Show, smack in the middle of a very busy show season for salon industry professionals. It seems the perfect opportunity to encourage nail technicians to get to tradeshows.
October 1, 1987
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May 1, 1986
To create an exciting, sparkling colorfully kaleidoscopic trade show takes the right combination of people, products, activities and incentives. Just such a package is now being finalized for the WINBA Show.
June 1, 1984
July 1, 1983
Can a group of competitors put aside their differences and work for the common good? Yes, they can.
February 1, 1983
First nail show in San Francisco, new manicurist table, and a nail show from Jack Sperling in Chicago
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At Long Last: An Intro to Longer-Lasting Polish7 photos
Enamel, another name for polish or lacquer, is any coating that flows to a smooth coat when applied and dries with a glossy appearance; nail...
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