April 17, 2009
NSI is on schedule to introduce a new line of soak-off UV nail gels this month: Illusion Soak-Off Gels.
The International Pedicure Association (IPA) is continuing its mission of educating and providing support for pedicure professionals following the death of its founder, Dr. Dennis Arnold, who passed away in late 2008.
April 16, 2009
The PBA (Professional Beauty Association) operates a volunteer mentor program to help grow salon and spa businesses.
Almell Products, Ltd, makers of nail care line Poshé, announced the acquisition of the corporate assets by Poshé USA, LLC.
Through June 1, 2009, Zoya will replenish your nail polish wardrobe and properly dispose of your old polish according to EPA guidelines
April 14, 2009
It’s hard to believe the practice of aromatherapy could be harmful to a pregnant client, but in fact some essential oils — called “emmenagogues” — are known to induce menstruation or other types of bleeding.
April 8, 2009
Reusable bags are not only good for the environment, they’re good for your salon’s image.
March 27, 2009
CND research chemist Thong Vu is the proud recipient of the fifth-annual Mary Nordstrom Memorial Award.
March 25, 2009
Even the littlest of the "Slumdog Millionaire" stars got pampered before their big Oscar night debut.
According to Harper's Bazaar, women in their 30s should add bright colors to their manicures.
Cosmopolitan magazine offers nail whitening tip.
The March issue of Cosmopolitan magazine offers a complete list of beauty time-savers, including one on making your manicure dry faster.
According to Glamour magazine's March issue, the ideal new luxury item is "funky polish."
Glamour magazine answers beauty questions from readers, including one about doing your own nails.
In an article called "Makeup That Works Miracles," Good Housekeeping magazine lists several nail poilshes among its top picks.
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