April 17, 2012
LeChat’s Double Agents is a clever base coat and top coat package that will keep polish colors protected and help prevent premature chipping.
Orly’s Cocoa Sugar Fix scrubs create the ultimate chocolate pedicure indulgence service for clients.
April 16, 2012
The “very unique” (Venique) brand launches with 78 colors, and is a one-coat polish, where one application is enough for a solid full-coverage look.
OPI partners with the New York City Ballet for its SoftShades collection.
New from Famous Names, which brought you Lumos top and base coats, is Dadi’Oil Nail Treatment.
New from INM comes Gelavish Transforming Tint Enhance-It.
Backscratchers’ new Herbal Synergy Nail and Cuticle Enhancer naturally enhances and restore discolored, unhealthy, yellow, or cloudy nails back to their beautiful luster.
Bio Sculpture Gel’s Pedicure Scrubs offer exquisite exfoliation and hydrating powers that will satisfy even the craggiest of feet.
Nail Tek has a new duo package featuring its patented Crystal Nail File with stylish Swarovski crystals, now with matching precision tweezers.
A new e-book titled The Enlightened Tech: An Indispensable Guide to Clarifying Nail Service Terminology is available on the NSI website to help nail technicians across the globe.
INM proves that big things can come in small packages with its Nature’s Pedi Cure Kit.
March 22, 2012
Created by Tweezerman in a partnership with Harajuku Lovers (musician Gwen Stefani’s fashion brand), these files are perfect for clients to pop into their pockets or purses to fix any chips, snags, or breaks on the spot.
March 15, 2012
The Duri Cosmetics Spring/Summer 2012 Collection is aptly named Keep Your Options Open to match the easy-going flow of the coming seasons.
Maxim-ize your pedicures with Maxim’s Pedi Redi Plus.
This spring, cure your sugar cravings with Hand & Nail Harmony’s Gelish Candy Land, a collection chocked full of sweet temptations.
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