June 29, 2009
Marie Claire's beauty editors tell readers to toss out the dried-out bottles of purple and blue polish and instead try some sand- and seashell-inspired hues.
Fall's nail colors are in and all over the runway, and Harper's Bazaar editors choose their favorites.
June 1, 2009
A nail tech for 21 years, Bonnie Rios still gets excited about the nail industry. “I am constantly intrigued at the advances that occur over 10 little digits,” she says. But what really gets her excited is the art. “The ability to make each nail into a tiny self-expression that you can change at a whim is a great outlet for my creative side. And the bonus is I get paid to do it!”
May 11, 2009
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Nails by Bonnie Rios, Fingertips by Bonnie at Julie Johnson Salon, Riverside, Calif.
April 28, 2009
Glamour Magazine matches toenail shades to popular spring sandals.
Glamour Magazine chooses nude polish as flattering.
The March issue of Self Magazine helps readers choose "pretty spring manicures."
Allure Magazine's Spring Hot List includes Celebs' Favorite Things.
April 1, 2009
Check out these step-by-step nail art designs with international appeal. They were created by students at the award-winning Russian School of Nail Enhancement OleHouse in Moscow.
Who says you can’t create a beautiful array of nail art with gels? Certainly not these seven techs, who show you the step-by-steps for some designs your clients will love.
March 25, 2009
Glamour magazine answers beauty questions from readers, including one about doing your own nails.
Good Housekeeping lists CND SolarOil amongs its "Best Bets for Beautiful Skin."
March 17, 2009
Polish and shoe color that go together? That’s what’s new on the trend reports…
March 3, 2009
CND’s Almond Illuminating Masque is a silky hand masque that deeply conditions and refines the skin.
March 3, 2009
Actress and host of the Costume Deisgner Guild Awards Debra Messing picks opaque ivory polish from CND.
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