February 1, 2000
Over the years NAILS has examined the chemistry of polish and its ingredients, how colors are chosen, and even how polish is bottled. Here we cover it all—the life of a bottle of polish beginning to end.
February 1, 1999
October 1, 1997
July 1, 1997
What makes polish at 60 bottles a minute and as many as 500,000 a month? It's a polish-bottling machine.
January 1, 1997
December 1, 1996
Designed with the growth in the market for permanent French manicures in mind, these colored monomers don’t clean like laundry soap, they just make the nails look cleaner.
August 1, 1996
OPI announced its new fall polish colors, called the Rocky Mountain Nail Lacquer Collection
March 1, 1996
On the one hand, Chanel's Vamp polish did wonders for nails by getting everybody talking about it and by getting people looking at nails and wearing color. On the other hand, it should have come from one of our own professional manufacturers first.
May 1, 1995
Japanese manufacturer is water based and claims to be odor free.
January 1, 1995
Just when you thought school was behind you, here’s a short history lesson in nails.
January 1, 1991
Early 1991 color launches are soft and sexy and high fashion.
December 1, 1987
Icy Pastels is the latest from color maker Orly.
February 1, 1987
2014 Mural Contest: A Blast From the Past11 photos
Spacing Out16 photos
Bierley’s bilingual abilities have allowed Styling Technology to reach many nail technicians. Her patience and perseverance have helped develop ...
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