July 1, 2006
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Nail art can be an amazing thing. Everything you include in it — from color to shape to the client’s passion — is powerful. To remind you how the simplest things can have huge meaning, we assigned 11 techs to punch things up with powerful tips.
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Why do some clients opt for pink-and-whites while others like wearing funky nail art?
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No! Nail art may be simply undergoing a natural evolution. We asked key figures in the nail art industry, from manufacturers to top artists, to give us their take on the health of nail art from a service and artistic perspective
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Doug Schoon is a chemist who's made a career of helping both manufacturers and nail professionals better understand the chemicals they work with...
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