A.I.I. presented Beauty Zone, Kashi Beauty, and Nails West with keys to customized vans as part of the A.I.I. Partner Sales Incentive Program.
Nail art is meant to be enjoyed by all 20 of a client’s digits. If you’re stuck on what to paint, we suggest drawing inspiration from these four summer-ready trends that can easily be translated onto toes. Fourth of July, neon, tropical, and nautical offerings are a great way to get clients’ feet wet when it comes to nail art.
The NailTech Network Orlando Social was a great success, and lots of fun was had by all. BeautyTech.com and NAILS Magazine co-hosted this year's festivities.
Brides who think outside the box will want standout nails in colors other than white. Make a set as different as they are for an unexpected nail look.
For couples who want to get away, design tips based on a wedding’s setting. Look to Europe, wine country, or somewhere tropical for inspiration.
Brides who are a bit old-fashioned will love replicating classic looks. Take a cue from old pearls, family heirlooms, embroidery, beading, or even a borrowed wedding dress to create nail art that will be treasured for years to come.
White, lace, and French twists are safe bets for the traditional bride. These styles are understated, yet sophisticated enough to go with any floor-length gown in a church, outdoors, or at a family home.
We rounded up a sampling of the industry’s latest liquid and powder products.
With these complete foot care systems, you can get your clients ready to take on the summer.
Check out photos from the show floor at Premiere Orlando 2015!
A look at the nails from the 2015 Met Gala.
We're taking a look back at editor Hannah Lee's salon visits throughout the 16 years she worked at NAILS.
Stock up to up the ante. Here's what hot in nail art.
With Coachella around the corner, it's music to many nail tech's ears as clients crave crazier than usual nail art.
With the release of Gelish and Morgan Taylor's Cinderella collections and the live-action Disney movie, more and more nail artists are finding their inner princess.
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