January 9, 2009
Offer your clients some extra sparkle and dimension with NSI's Cracked Ice Nail Embellishments.
January 8, 2009
Swirls of pink, violet, and blue are revealed under a layer of black velvet.
January 1, 2009
This technique works especially well on short, bitten, and broken nails that would normally require extensions with forms.
Candles create a relaxing ambience for this service.
January 1, 2009
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Nails by Laura Russell, Dolce Salon & Spa, Scottsdale, Ariz.
Risé Carter, director of sales and education for NSI, demonstrates Cameo Lace in warm and versatile tones like Chocolate Brown and Glistening Gold.
Flower blossoms spring from this luscious base of intense color.
Ward off evil, according to Greek tradition, by displaying a charm of the blue eye or "Baskania".
The design options are endless when you lightly pull the point of your brush through colored gels before they're cured.
Those subtle classy toes peeking out beneath a sandal may look like they’re flashing just ordinary polish, but in fact they could be secretly showcasing the newest trend in feet — gel toes. Here's a step-by-step.
December 1, 2008
This is where Medi meets Pedi – where science and technology meet healthy, happy, and well-cared for feet.
Nail Fetish Inc. in Chicago does a great Shea on Me Pedicure with oatmeal, sugar, and OPI Avojuice Juicie (in vanilla spice).
Celebrity nail tech Tom Bachik created these monochromatic gold nails for our December cover. Recreate our cover look with these easy steps.
One of the hottest trends sweeping the feet industry is gel toes. Risé Carter, national director of sales and education for NSI, did these polka dot gel toes for our May ’08 cover.
Excessively short and damaged toenails can be completely changed with acrylic toenail enhancements.
Nailing the Color of the Year 201623 photos
A Light Finish: The Latest in LED Gel Lamp Technology27 photos
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