MAGAZINE

December 1992 Issue

Nails: Lisa Postma, a nail technician at Hair Conspiracy in Torrance, Calif., and a manufacturer’s educator, created our cover model’s nails using tips with acrylic overlay.

Photography: Daniel Ray Photography

Hairstyling: Victor Camarillo of Doyle Wilson Salon

Makeup: Elizabeth Sloan of VIZ

Model: Regina Quiambao/Brand Model and Talent Agency

Editor's Note: More Truth in Advertising Please

December 1, 1992

One of the primary missions of the Nail Manufacturers Council is “to establish guidelines that maintain high ethics in the ad­vertising and promotion of products.” But besides applying peer pressure on companies that mislead consumers or misrepresent their products, there isn't much the council can do to ensure that the messages you're getting are honest and accu­rate.

The Korean Influence

December 1, 1992

Nail salons have long been a stronghold for immigrant employment in larger cities, but the Koreans’ entry into the industry has had the greatest impact. In New York, their road to success and their industry involvement might surprise you.

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