July 1, 2009
The new Style Envy line of nail products introduces its Acrylic Powders and Monomer, along with a Mini Flower Collection for nail art.
Electro Candy is Color Club’s newest collection of high-quality lacquers, sporting heart-racing shades with a hint of shimmer.
Barielle’s new 60 Second Mani-Pedi is a fast-acting exfoliating treatment that takes only one minute to exfoliate and polish away dry, cracked skin on the hands or feet.
It’s So Easy’s new Striping Tapes come in a variety of bright and shiny designs to expand your nail art creativity.
The Duri Rejuvacote heals and cures split, cracked, and acrylic-eaten nails and produces results within weeks, leaving nails stronger and healthier.
For the ultimate “kick” of color, check out China Glaze’s New Kicks Collection. The line pays homage to sneakerheads everywhere with 12 juicy shades to feed a polish addict’s craving for color.
Star Nail International’s New European Stiletto Nail Tips offer strong quality adhesion to help techs create this trendy new look.
Misa’s Living On the Fast Lane polish collection features six bright and bold shades for summer.
Mehaz’s Professional Triple Cut has a stainless steel straight edge blade that makes it easy to cut tips on acrylics.
Nailite’s Multi Colored Glass Beads are great for nail art and come in eight different colors.
Zoya’s La-Di-Da collection of polish features six stunning colors influenced by the creamy soft colors of summer.
StylEnvy’s Petite Nail Forms offer easy application to produce a smooth finish.
Keep your nail station looking neat and tidy with the Nail Tidy organizer from PNI Worldwide.
Written by a nail tech for nail techs, Dawn Marie Basset’s How to Build a Clientele and Keep It provides excellent tips and insight into building and maintaining a healthy appointment book.
Essie's new Neon Polish Collection has chic, bold shades to keep nails bright all summer long.
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