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Her Art Is Part of History

December 1, 2009 | Article

A combination of artistic talent and civic pride gave Kathleen M.M. Ringwood-Wood the opportunity of a lifetime. “I was chosen as the artist in residence to represent my city, the beautiful City of Poughkeepsie, for the opening of the Walkway Over The Hudson, a historic railroad bridge, built in 1888, that was turned into the world’s highest and longest pedestrian walkway,” says Ringwood-Wood, owner of My Nails Rock! in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

What Is…Damask?

December 1, 2009 | Article

Elaborate patterns, often geometric or botanical, that have their origins as a weaving style in the Middle Ages but today have expanded to curtains, wallpaper, apparel, and accessories.

Airbrush Basics

December 1, 2009 | Article

Using an airbrush is a great way to expand your nail art creativity if you’re hesitant about your handpainting skills. Airbrush kits typically consist of stencils and paints that are used to quickly and easily spray intricate designs onto nails, and airguns typically come in single-action and dual-action.

Unleashing a Beauty Monster

December 1, 2009 | Article

If you’ve heard of nail polish fanatic Amanda Mayton, you most likely know her by her alias: Dr. Frankenpolish.

From Fantasy to Reality

November 1, 2009 | Article

Nail artist Sam Lynam of Arabella Nails in Bedfordshire, U.K., has developed a unique nail form to assist techs in creating fantasy nail art designs.

What Is…Biker Chic?

November 1, 2009 | Article

Characterized by bold leather and metallic studs and zippers, a glammed-up version of the biker look is gaining horsepower in fashion circles.

Uh-Oh Spaghetti-Stones

October 1, 2009 | Article

Star Nail’s global education director Elaine Watson offers this innovative technique for rhinestone placement.

Make Your Own Nail Art Decals

October 1, 2009 | Article

Use a computer-compatible label printer to design make-your-own nail art decals.

What Is…Ikat?

October 1, 2009 | Article

Thought to have originated in Asia, ikat is a fabric dyeing process similar to tie-dye; the designs frequently feature circles or stripes.

Minx Creates Bridal Nail Styles

September 25, 2009 | Article

Minx Nail Coverings are best known for their fashion-forward metallic and edgy designs, but the nail coatings are also available in custom lace styles that are ideal for brides.

Poof! Glitter Toes

September 1, 2009 | Article

Nail tech Jennifer Brickl of Especially Nails by Jennifer in Madison, Wis., came up with an easier way to create trendy glitter “rock star toes” gel enhancements.

Artist Spotlight: Liliya Sereditskaya

September 1, 2009 | Article

Ukrainian-based nail tech Liliya Sereditskaya is a relative newcomer to the nail craft. She’s only worked as a nail tech for three years, but she has quickly learned how to make stunning, high-quality stilettos to keep a full clientele. NAILS got a chance to talk to Sereditskaya about nail trends in Ukraine and how she got her start.

3-D Roses Adorn Winning Nail Art Design

September 1, 2009 | Article

These beautiful nails earned Sydney, Australia-based nail tech Olga Menshikova a top-place finish in the first online nail competition sponsored by Nail Tips, a forum for techs from Australia and New Zealand.

What Is…Graffiti?

August 1, 2009 | Article

Images (ranging from words to elaborate wall paintings) painted or marked in any manner and placed on public property, like freeway overpasses.

Take a Tip from ... OPI’s Christy Graham

August 1, 2009 | Article

Educator and guest nail artist for OPI, Christy Graham knows what it’s like for an acrylic tech to switch to using gels.

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