March 23, 2015
EverGlaze by China Glaze is a two-step color system that locks onto nails for long-lasting wear without the soak-off of gels. The line offers 48 long-lasting and on-trend shades.
EverGlaze by China Glaze offers these simple steps for a chip-free manicure that lasts up to 10 days.
March 18, 2015
This top coat by Nubar dries like a gel top-coat.
This new collection from OPI is full of shades as gentle as a whisper.
Essie has a new collection of colors to put the spring in your step.
SpaRitual is changing up the gel game with a new peel-off base coat.
China Glaze's new line is chip-resistant without the need for soak-off.
March 12, 2015
Adrenaline Rush is Orly's bright new summer collection.
March 11, 2015
Gel II is celebrating their birthday with not one but three new festive shades.
March 10, 2015
You might be an expert at the water marble technique for nails, but you can apply the same look to your salon decor. Check out this easy tutorial from Audra Kurtz on how to use nail polish to create a cute marbled mug.
March 2, 2015
OPI artists show how to create a half matte look using base coat, two coats of OPI color, and the OPI DS Top Coat to smooth out imperfections, and a matte top coat over half the nail.
March 1, 2015
OPI shows off its nude color, Samoan Sand, at BCBGMAZAXRIA's FW15 show, topped with an OPI matte top coat.
February 26, 2015
NSI's new spring collection a palette to match the airy florals of the season.
February 26, 2015
Nail color for spring is all fun and games. Randomly choose from richly saturated hues or strategically stick to subtle colors. Convince your clients to take a chance on these seasonal shades for the ultimate win.
OPI launches a bright new collection of shades perfect for summer.
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