October 9, 2009
How can you tell which polishes won't chip easily? According to Allure, here are the polishes that last.
October 7, 2009
Nail biting not only looks ugly, but can injure the nail matrix and lead to infection. Shape magazine tells readers how to break the biting habit.
Self magazine picks out fun and daring autumn nail colors.
From new mascara to breast-cancer-research gloss, Redbook Magazine lists this month's beauty must-buys.
Anti-aging treatments for hands include zapping sunspots and filling in depressions around prominent veins with the hyaluronic-acid-based filler Perlane, doctors tell Elle magazine.
Essence suggests nail products for strengthening, filing, and correcting.
October 2, 2009
Barielle received prestigious industry awards from both Shape and Health magazines.
October 1, 2009
Children's pedicure chairs make it easier to pamper the kiddies.
Lynn Lammers is once again NAILS’ top competitor this year. With a whopping 117 points, Lammers has reclaimed her #1 status from last year. Coming in second was Odyssey’s Trang Nguyen, and in third was England’s Kristy Meakin.
September 30, 2009
Green doesn't mean just eco-friendly anymore—the polish is seeing more showtime.
InStyle shines the spotlight on nail salons in some of the largest cities in the nation, and list popular shades and manicure tips.
How to choose the right polish shades for fair, medium, and dark skin.
Renowned salon owners Ji Soon Choi and Ji Baek give Allure Spa readers step-by-step instructions on a spa manicure and pedicure.
September 4, 2009
New York Magazine says that this fall promises to be "the golden age of nail polish." Make sure you're well stocked with the season's colors.
September 2, 2009
Congratulations to Washington D.C.-based manicurist Lidia Schaefer, who was honored as a “CNN Hero” in June after she sold her home and her car in order to raise money to build a new school in her native village in Ethiopia.
At Long Last: An Intro to Longer-Lasting Polish7 photos
Nail Products in Pantone’s Color of the Year40 photos
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