March 1, 2010
Step-by-step by Vito Mazza Salon & Day Spa, Woodbridge, N.J.
OPI’s Axxium Soak Off Gel Lacquers come in a number of fan-favorite OPI polish colors and are easily applied and soaked off. The gels are perfect for busy women that demand long-lasting color, and best of all, toes can go straight into shoes immediately.
February 1, 2010
Tweezerman’s professional line of sanitizable and disposable pedicure tools can be used in the salon to give clients a perfect pedicure.
Step-by-step by Jeanet Spa & Salon, Toronto
More and more manufacturers are creating soak-off gels, including ones that look and feel similar to nail polish. New company Hand & Nail Harmony demonstrates how to use its product Gelish Color Gels.
Nails by Leticia Lujan, Attitudes with Style, Bakersfield, Calif.
January 20, 2010
Nails by Liz Hyerstay, Eugene, Ore.
January 1, 2010
Nails by Svetlana Zahra, Paola, Malta
If you’re looking for a unique service to add to your menu, consider testing the waters with a current nail art trend: aquarium nails.
Step-by-step by Talons Nail Evolution, Victoria, B.C., Canada
Denae Sambrano of Sparks, Nev., shows how she makes these cathedral-quality stained glass nails. “It’s something that is very easy to do and it looks beautiful on the nails,” she says. Sambrano is an educator for Young Nails, and for these nails she uses Young Nails’ Imagination Liquid Art colors.
NSI’s Balance Glitter Color Gels offer exceptional strength and adhesion. The Rock Star Collection of Glitter Gels has a high concentration of glitter while still being easy to apply, and the gels cure in two minutes flat with the NSI Ultra Pro Full Hand Lamp.
December 7, 2009
Nails by Angel Smith, Young Nails educator
December 1, 2009
Adding nail enhancements to bitten nails can be a rather complicated and tricky procedure.
The French Tip Dip Tool is a new technique used to create a perfect smile line with minimal effort and hyper speed.
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