June 29, 2009
Shape beauty director demystifies soak-off gels for the gel newbies.
American Idol star Adam Lambert shows OK! readers his favorite beauty products.
OPI artistic director Suzi Weiss-Fischmann gives Cosmopolitan readers the five-step instructions to a home pedicure.
Cosmopolitan says the brighter the better for nails, recommending lime, purple, and neon pink.
Marie Claire's beauty editors tell readers to toss out the dried-out bottles of purple and blue polish and instead try some sand- and seashell-inspired hues.
Fall's nail colors are in and all over the runway, and Harper's Bazaar editors choose their favorites.
Lucky recommends nail products for a in-home pamper session.
Instyle's Staycation Guide says a treat for your feet is must-have for Monday morning.
InStyle lists two innovative products for its readers, the Orly Smudge Fixer and a Revlon polish that smells fruity.
Redbook recommends Tweezerman Matchbox Files in a purse-sized case.
Vogue says to go with the brights and neons this summer.
A Los Angeles nail tech tells Self readers to use lip balm for emergency mending of jagged cuticles.
Hollywood insiders tell Self magazine their favorite beauty products.
Essence magazine says to kick up manicures a notch with texture, color and fun pairings.
June 26, 2009
American Idol's Adam Lambert loves "guyliner" and black nail polish. Should we expect to see more guys asking for polish?
Hidden Gems: Underside Nail Art11 photos
Nail Looks From NYFW F/W2015188 photos
A vegetable oil that comes from a seed of a European mustard plant. Although moisturizing, it doesn’t leave behind a greasy residue.
Am I losing my touch applying acrylics?
Should I have a TV in my salon?
Is perfectionism on the job a blessing or a curse?
What’s the best way to recruit techs for a new salon?
What low-cost extras do you provide that clients perceive as having a high value?
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