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Elsbeth (Schuetz)
Elsbeth (Schuetz)

January 23, 2015

Nail Art Studio: Hello Sailor
Nail Art Studio: Hello Sailor

March 19, 2015
Elsbeth Schuetz, Orange, Calif. You Might Also Like: Nail Art Studio: Easter Chick Want to see your nail art how-to here? Email [email protected] You can also mail your tips (one for each step) and written instructions to Tracy Rubert, NAILS Magazine, 3520 Challenger St., Torrance, CA 90503. Make sure to include your name, salon name (if applicable), city, state, and contact

Nail Art Studio: Kiss the Stripes
Nail Art Studio: Kiss the Stripes

February 2, 2015
Elsbeth Schuetz, Orange, Calif. You might Also Like: Nail Art Studio: Charming Cherries Want to see your nail art how-to here? Email [email protected] You can also mail your tips (one for each step) and written instructions to Tracy Rubert, NAILS Magazine, 3520 Challenger St., Torrance, CA 90503. Make sure to include your name, salon name (if applicable), city, state

Nail Art Studio: Pink and White Retro
Nail Art Studio: Pink and White Retro

January 13, 2015
Elsbeth Schuetz, celebrity manicurist and international educator, Orange, Calif. You might Also Like: Nail Art Studio: Unicorn Nails Want to see your nail art how-to here? Email [email protected] You can also mail your tips (one for each step) and written instructions to Tracy Rubert, NAILS Magazine, 3520 Challenger St., Torrance, CA 90503. Make sure to include your name, salon

TBT: Toenail Art
TBT: Toenail Art

April 16, 2015
NAILS has been a long-time fan of toenail art. Every July issue we strive to focus on feet. That’s why this week we are throwing it back to July 2012 when The FingerNailFixer, Holly Schippers, designed this seasonal cover look. Get the steps to making these cute butterfly toes here. Need more inspiration? How about these blingy toenail covers from Elsbeth Schuetz and Pattie Yankee

Celebrity Manicurist Shares Her Secrets
Celebrity Manicurist Shares Her Secrets

January 23, 2015
Celeb nail tech and Orly educator, Elsbeth Schuetz has been busy keeping a couple of Holywood’s talons in the finest condition. While on set for George Lopez’s latest project, Schuetz prepped, cleaned, and buffed the star. “I kept his nails in tip top shape while he was producing, directing, and acting in his current movie Spare Parts,” she says. Schuetz also received accolades from Rene

Meet the Winning Mural-Makers
Meet the Winning Mural-Makers

February 25, 2015
Congratulations to the talented winners of this year’s NAILS Mural Contest — one an industry veteran and the other a relative newcomer. Los Angeles-based nail artist Elsbeth Schuetz took top honors in the handpainted category. Her brewery-themed mural was inspired by the growing popularity of craft beers. Schuetz — a celebrity nail tech, educator, and frequent NAILS contributor — also

ISSELB 2015: Orly Makes Epix Introduction
ISSELB 2015: Orly Makes Epix Introduction

January 25, 2015
are virtually non-existant, as the self-leveling formula is able to bounce back any would-be smudges. Elsbeth Schuetz applied two coats of Epix then sealed it with a sealcoat. No base coat is needed for application, but the colors and seal coat must be used together, otherwise they won't work. Regular polish remover will take the product off, but you can expect it to last 10 days. Nail artist Sam Biddle uses

Nail Art Studio: Charming Cherries
Nail Art Studio: Charming Cherries

August 5, 2014
Elsbeth Schuetz, Orange, Calif. You Might Also Like:Day 22: Tribal Nail Art Want to see your nail art how-to here? Email [email protected] You can also mail your tips (one for each step) and written instructions to Tracy Rubert, NAILS Magazine, 3520 Challenger St., Torrance, CA 90503. Make sure to include your name, salon name (if applicable), city, state, and contact information

Go From Summer to Fall With a Few of Elsbeth’s Faves
Go From Summer to Fall With a Few of Elsbeth’s Faves

July 28, 2014
Summer nail looks tend to scream color, while fall nails tend to be darker and less wild. For any nail tech who wonders how to transition your client from summer to fall, manicurist Elsbeth Schuetz has a few tips. Schuetz suggests going “back to old school” for fall, using sheer pinks or peach tones from various French lines to return to clean and classy nails. Pale and powdery

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