Nails: Robert Sanders
Photography: Brian Blades
February 1, 1987
A traditional artist's tool for today's salons enrichs polish and art options.
February. The first thing that comes to mind, naturally, is Valentine’s Day. Love, romance, hearts, flowers, and perhaps the extra money that can be made from special nail art designs for clients.
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