July 1, 2010
Gracia Beauty’s Gel System combines functional and well-performing soak-off gels with a nail art sensibility so techs can create endless nail art designs. The gels are available in convenient kits that suit each tech’s need, with a basic kit for simple sculpts and Frenches, an intermediate kit for nail art, and full-color gel lines of more than 100 colors.
June 1, 2010
Masterworks Innovations’ CEO and veteran nail tech Amy Becker has come out with a new clear form designed specifically for hard or soft gels from any manufacturer.
When I went online to check out the winners of the CND Nail Style Competition, I had to doublecheck the name of the first-place winner. When I confirmed that it was really my name, I just started jumping and screaming — I’d just won an all-expense-paid trip to New York Fashion Week!
Nails by Christina Landeros, That Total Look Salon, Santa Maria, Calif.
Nails by Joanne Truitt, Boca Nail Depot, Boca Raton, Fla.
Nails by Stephanie Saddler, Butta Fingers Nail Studio, Cleveland
Nails by Michelle Conde, Nails by Michelle, Miami
Nails by Crystal Warner, Clip-It’s Hair and Nail Salon, Grove City, Ohio
Nails by Cassie Fero, Eugene, Ore.
Akzéntz Classic Gels are high-performance gels that can be combined with the Options Soak-Off Color Gels and Options Aurora Sparkle Gels to produce vibrant nail art designs and structurally sound enhancements.
May 1, 2010
If your clients are afraid of this pointy shape, offer up this advice from nail techs who do their best to ensure that beauty doesn’t have to equal pain.
Nails by Cassie Kohr, Academy of Beauty by Patsy & Rob, Cottleville, Mo.
Nails by Nhung Nguyen, Angel Nails, Knoxville, Tenn.
Nails by Stephanie Saddler, Butta Fingers Nail Studio, Cleveland, Ohio
Nails by Kelly-Marie Daly, The Nail Sanctuary, Charleville, Ireland
Cosmoprof North America 201541 photos
Mini Masterpiece Contest 2015: A Victory Celebration13 photos
A sales flyer (usually bimonthly) put out by distributors with specials and discounts being offered to salon professionals.
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