February 23, 2010
For extra drying time, Friday's routine includes an at-home manicure, according to Cosmopolitan.
Cosmopolitan magazine says chipped nails just don't make a great first impression. According to celeb manicurist Elle, nail color pens are the solution.
February 22, 2010
Elle Magazine, Polish edition, features Color Club's Sexy Siren polish in its beauty section.
February 10, 2010
Cosmopolitan asked 100 guys on the street what they think of nail decals. 45% say they're "fun and flirty" while 55% say they're "too over-the-top."
Celeb manicurist Dana Caruso tells Cosmopolitan readers how to create a long-lasting mani at home. Share these tips with clients looking through polishes in the retail area.
Matching nails to the outfit? The Cosmopolitan fashion team works with manicurists to achieve the desired look.
According to Allure beauty editors, Orly Foil FX Nail Lacquer in Rage is an attention-grabbing polish that will get wearers noticed.
Shape magazine shows Beyonce wearing Minx nail accessories in its February issue and tells readers to give the "no-drying-time-required, long-wearing mani/pedi" a try.
Don't like matte polish? According to Woman's Day, Orly's Metal Chic Collection is a good alternative.
For clients tired of faded winter colors, Glamour names CND bright polish as one of its "winter coping strategies."
Matte polish is still hot, according to the February issue of Glamour. Be prepared by testing out the matte French mani and stocking up on matte topcoats.
February 2, 2010
Teen Vogue says bright blue nails paired with bold-colored clothes and makeup are in this spring.
Celebrity manicurist Lisa Logan, who works on stars like Mary J. Blige and Beyonce, shares nail favorites and tips.
Good Housekeeping revisits nail care tips from as far back as 1948, and names today's product equivalent.
CND educator Roxanne Valinoti tells Harper's Bazaar that candy-colored nails will be hot this spring.
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