Nail Art

Dedicated to the infinite joys of nail art and design: handpaint, airbrush, colored acrylics and gels.

 

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Stencils From Scratch

October 1, 1996 | Article

Have you always wanted to make your own airbrush designs? Creating stencils is a great way to get the look you want.

Mastering the Basics Of Nail Art

November 1, 1995 | Article

Fascinated by nail art, but afraid to try it? With a little bit of education, and a lot of practice, you can paint your way to success.

Nail Art & Jewelry Go Hand-In-Hand

October 1, 1995 | Article

Nail Novices Take Manhattan And Tampa

October 1, 1995 | Article

Perserverance pays off for competing nail tech

Nail Art Creativity at Your Paper Clip

October 1, 1995 | Article

Football Fever for Nail Art

October 1, 1995 | Article

Wisconsin nail artists helps fans show team support with nail art

What Inspires Nail Art?

April 1, 1995 | Article

There are countless sources for nail art ideas: from the lace on a kitchen curtain to a sign on the street.

How To Clean And Maintain Your Airbrush

February 1, 1995 | Article

Spend a little time, use a little cleaner, and invest in an airbrush gun that won’t clog, sputter, or spit.

Encourage Clients’ Freedom of Expression

October 1, 1994 | Article

A client who lacks the courage to adorn her fingernails with nail at may be persuaded to express her innermost essence on her toes.

Nail Tech Does at a Time

October 1, 1994 | Article

For a nail art design that takes an hour, nail artist Judy Franck charges what she would for a fill.

Time Is Money, But How Much?

October 1, 1994 | Article

What if you do all 10 nails? Is airbrushing priced differently from other techniques?

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.

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