Nails: Elsbeth Schutz, an international educator for Orly International from Orange, Calif.
Photography: Caesar Lima
Model: Dianne Heisner
September 1, 2001
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An estimated one in every four people bite their nails. While most often dismissed as a bad habit, the reasons for nail nibbling could run deeper than sheer routine. Understanding the reasons why your clients bite can be beneficial to all nail techs in helping clients break their nasty habit.
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