August 1, 2009
Get the step-by-step for nail artist Lisa M. Santos’ signature style.
Get the step-by-step for nail artist Shauni Kelly’s signature style.
Get the step-by-step for nail artist Heather Reynosa-Davis’ signature style.
Get the step-by-step for nail artist Dominique Evans’ signature style.
Get the step-by-step for nail artist Silver Lovata Gilliam’s signature style.
Get the step-by-step for nail artist Taylor Gray’s signature style.
Nails by Ellen Nycz, Plainsboro, N.J.
Nails by Jennifer Mather, Polished Nail Design Group Inc., Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Nails by Anh “Anime” Nguyen, Nails Image, Norfolk, Va.
Nails by Patricia Amato, Glitz & Glamour, Garfield Heights, Ohio
Nails by Leticia Kennar, Native Touch, Burien, Wash.
Nails by Christy Graham, Dayton, Ohio
Greg Salo and his many devoted educators draw quite a crowd with their fun attitudes and intriguing nail styles. When I asked him where he got the inspiration for this month’s cover nails, he simply told me, “My inspiration comes from my educators.”
Trendy Nails Unlimited (TNU) offers a brand-new way to design stylish and eye-catching nails. The pre-made designs work with any acrylic or gel system for an artistic French look. Just apply the pre-made TNU designs underneath your acrylic or gel of choice to get a complicated-looking design in a fast and simple application. TNU has many designs to fit any client’s preference, and new designs come out monthly on the company’s website, www.trendynailsunlimited.com.
July 24, 2009
Migi Nail Art consultant Dena Parro shows how to use the company’s nail art pens to decorate your phone.
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