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Some Clients Shouldn't Wear Acrylics

December 1, 1992  | Article

Orville J. Stone, M.D., is a dermatologist practicing in Southern California. He has taught at medical schools for 30 years and has published 150 scientific papers. His first paper on nail disorders appeared in 1962.

What Do Competition Judges Want?

August 1, 1992  | Article

The answer is: consistency, superior workmanship, flawless polish, appropriate length and shape, and a high finish.

Keywords: competitions  

Editor's Note: They Always Change Their Minds

July 1, 1992  | Article

Keywords: As I See It  

A Primer on Primer

December 1, 1991  | Article

By using the right application technique and following safety guidelines, you can make primer burn a thing of the past.

Keywords: primers  

Acrylics: 1970 1980

June 1, 1991  | Article

Since its origins in dentistry, acrylic for nails has improved steadily. What does the future hold for this product?

Keywords: acrylics   history of nail care   MMA  

What's New in 1989?

July 1, 1989  | Article

A brief survey tells us that artificial services are your mainstays.

Keywords: computer systems   enhancements   odorless systems   trends   wraps  

Menda Scientific Receives U.S. Patent for Acrylic Dispenser

December 1, 1988  | Article

Keywords: Menda Scientific Products   patents  

Creative Nail Design Offers Free Powder With Reusable Nail Forms

July 1, 1988  | Article

Keywords: CND   forms  

OPI’s Bondex Is Breakthrough For Acrylic Adhesion

March 1, 1988  | Article

Bondex utilizes a totally new technology to achieve strong adhesion of powder and liquid acrylic nail products to natural fingernails.

Keywords: OPI products  

Spilo Promotes New Implements and Improved Nail Genie

October 1, 1987  | Article

Keywords: implements   Mehaz   Spilo  

OPI Meets Needs of Professionals With NT Tip Series

October 1, 1987  | Article

Keywords: OPI products  

New Brushes and Forms Developed By Tammy Taylor Nails

September 1, 1987  | Article

Keywords: brushes   Tammy Taylor Nails  

Menda Scientific Receives Patent on Acrylic Pump

August 1, 1987  | Article

The invention permits a manicurist to pump a drop or two of liquid into a holding dish by simply touching the cap with an application brush.

Keywords: Menda Scientific Products   patents  

OPI’s Bond-Aid Improves Bonding

September 1, 1986  | Article

First Nail Competition Proves Successful For Paris Beauty

March 1, 1985  | Article

Keywords: competitions  

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