August 24, 2009
To celebrate InStyle's anniversary, OPI creates a red color just for the occasion.
An O Magazine editor gushes over the new Tweezerman Zip File, which comes with in its own plastic case.
O Magazine says new nail polish innovations are worth a try.
Cosmo editors pick their favorite products for the upcoming season.
Teen Vogue chooses September's list of top beauty products.
Essie polish is a great buy for a tight budget.
Marie Claire editor gets a makeover in Tokyo, getting a mani with "Crystal Devil," an airbrush and crystal nail artist.
From bright polishes and polka dot eyelash extensions to hot pink blushes and clip-in hair extensions, Glamour's beauty department tries it all—and lets its readers know what's best.
Glamour's beauty columnist says go for a matte manicure.
Essie's new fall polishes make Elle's It List.
Elle votes on the runway's Most Likely to Succeed beauty application: navy nails.
According to Good Housekeeping magazine, matte polishes last longer than shiny finishes because they won't get dull.
Nail techs and aestheticians give Good Housekeeping readers tips on saving money at a nail salon, and do-it-yourself tricks for keeping hands and feet hydrated and exfoliated.
August 10, 2009
The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) and the National Cosmetology Association (NCA) just announced the two organizations have signed an agreement to effect a proposed merger. The merger will combine the best practices and leverage the complementary strengths, assets, and member benefits of each group to improve all sectors of the professional beauty industry.
July 29, 2009
Pair of papaya-colored clothing with with earthy shades of makeup and polish.
The Latest and Greatest Gels: Soft/Soak-Off8 photos
The Latest and Greatest Gels: Hard/Traditional18 photos
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