March 1, 2010
In September, Mexican nail techs gathered to compete at the Puerta Vallarta Nail Art Contest. Competitors had two hours to create a full set of decorated nails working solely by hand.
January 1, 2010
The popularity of fimo cane nail art extends around the globe, as evidenced by these creative entries in the Aussie Nail Tips Forum’s Fimo Nail Competition.
November 1, 2009
Nails by Brenda Delgado, Ponce, Puerto Rico
July 1, 2009
Getting a good product application can be tough enough just using acrylics or gels, but when you start adding nail art embellishments like glass beads, crushed flowers, small rhinestones, or tiny seashells, you have to take extra care to prevent lifting. Art Club educator Mare Horak explains how she uses embellishments without compromising enhancement quality.
May 11, 2009
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Nails by Bonnie Rios, Fingertips by Bonnie at Julie Johnson Salon, Riverside, Calif.
June 1, 2008
Fimo polymer canes, the newest in nails
April 1, 2008
Jamie Cameron, owner of Jamie’s Nails in Herrin, Ill., was looking out for her fellow techs when she created her latest nail art technique: using predesigned art — in the form of postage stamps.
February 1, 2008
A French term meaning “shaded,” it refers to fabric (frequently ribbon) with color that graduates from light to dark.
August 1, 2007
en Vogue pairs delicate dried flowers with a rich glossy black for these Geisha nails.
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