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Nail Art How-To: “Bee” Creative

July 1, 1994 | Article

Start a buzz of your own by brightening clients’ nails with busy bees.

Heavenly Nail Art Talent Brought Down to Earth

April 1, 1994 | Article

Nail Art: Looking Through the Lens

April 1, 1994 | Article

Brian Klaus, an artist in his own right, is very particular about his photographic work. He critically examines everything from the proper lighting needed to photograph the nail to the quality of the nail art design.

Safari Nails Are a Cinch

April 1, 1994 | Article

Elizabeth Zarzecki of Joy’s Hair Haven in Baltimore, Md., used a technique called foilizing.

Kids Crave Nail Art

April 1, 1994 | Article

“I had one lady who was trying to get her granddaughter to stop sucking her thumb, so she asked me to paint Barney on it.”

Local Craft Class Inspires Nail Technician

April 1, 1994 | Article

A local craft class inspired nail technician to take nail art to a new level

Successful Nail Technician Wears Her Art

April 1, 1994 | Article

Natalie Kurz, a booth renter at Sleek Images in Berkley, Mich., who specializes in gem-studded art-work, believes wearing her nail art is her best advertisement.

The Art of Buying Nail Art Brushes

January 1, 1994 | Article

You can save time and money in the long run buying good brushes and maintaining them properly.

Editor's note: A Salute to Nail Technicians’ War Efforts

April 1, 1991 | Article

NAILS readers have shown overwhelming support for U.S. troops and revealed an especially caring deeply patriotic side even in the way they do business.

Tip-Tyme Builds Electronic Digital Clock Into Nail Extension

November 1, 1986 | Article

Doily Art: The effort of two nail techs

October 1, 1986 | Article

“Playful” nail decals now available for the “new” look

June 1, 1985 | Article

A Renowned Painter Of Miniatures Discovers Another Canvas … Nails

March 1, 1985 | Article

Raino Rydelius, a man renowned for his work in miniature, has been working in miniature stones and other small surfaces for over 1 0 years, and has had over a dozen exhibitions in the United States

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