Nails: Jada Skaaden
Photography: Brian Blades
April 1, 1986
A patent-pending product that could have wide-ranging ramifications for the nail industry has recently been introduced by the Virginia-based Peau Corporation.
The year is 1982, the place is Vienna, Austria. Neither a time, nor a place for much activity on the European scene of sculpturing acrylic fingernails.
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