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What's the Diagnosis: Dry Skin or Athlete's Foot?

September 1, 2003 | Article

Think someone wiht athlete's foot would never come in for a pedicure? Think again. What you and your clients desdribe and treat as dry skin might actually be a mild, but still contagious, case of athlete's foot.

Toe Woes

May 1, 2003 | Article

Stay a step ahead of clients’ needs by learning to recognize the most common woes that may cause pain and disfigurement to client’s toes.

Toe Woes - what goes wrong with feet

May 1, 2003 | Article

Stay a step ahead of clients' needs by learning to recognize the most common woes that may cause pain and disfigurement to clients' toes.

Fit for Royalty (A Buyer's Guide to Pedicure Thrones)

May 1, 2003 | Article

With summer approaching, clients are itchnig to show off their freshly pedicured feet. Pamper them even more by investing in a pedicure throne.

Playing Footsie: Ideas to Make Pedicures More Pleasant

May 1, 2003 | Article

You can change up the layout of the pedicure, add rocks to your massage or "feed" clients' feet.

Insoles Ease Foot Pain

May 1, 2003 | Article

A poll conducted by the American Podiatric Medical Association found that 55% of Americans miss a day of work due to foot problems.

Go to Healthy Extremes With Feet

March 1, 2003 | Article

Do your best not to get on a client’s nerves -- because you never know who might have peripheral neuropathy. The loss of sensation in feet and hands that marks this not-uncommon condition leaves the unaware client susceptible to infection.

Let Them Wear Sandals

January 1, 2003 | Article

Salon owner Pattie Kobe repairs damaged toenails using the same products and techniques she would for nail biter. The result is a perfect set of pink-and-white toenails

Add Sunshine to Your Spa Pedicure

January 1, 2003 | Article

The nail care menu at Atlanta’s Salon Red offers two intriguing option: the $45 Bronzed and Buffed Manicure and the $70 Bronzed and Buff Pedicure. Both are spa-style treatments that include targeted sunless tanning.

Closing In On Ingrown Toenails

December 1, 2002 | Article

Wearing tight, closed-toed shoes is an invitation for ingrown toenails. Soreness, irritation, and pain are just a few symptoms clients live with. Here we give you tried-and-true solutions to ease client discomfort.

Building Custom Pedicures

December 1, 2002 | Article

Pedicures serve many purposes from the therapeutic to the beautifying to the pampering. Here we show you how to customize your services to the special needs and desires of pedicure clients in need of a touch up, an overhaul, or simply an hour of luxury.

Foot Shy

August 1, 2002 | Article

What do you do when you already offer great customer service and pampering, yet you can’t get those shy clients to take off their shoes and put their feet in your hands?

Footspa Cleaning Guidelines for Nail Technicians

August 1, 2002 | Article

After last year’s bacterial outbreak in a Watsonville, Calif., salon, the California Bureau of Barbering and Cosmetology laid out cleaning regulations for salons using whirlpool pedicure footspas. Use this step-by-step guide to make sure you are getting your footspas clean enough to protect your clients.

The Help Desk

July 1, 2002 | Article

"I have been a nail tech for a little over two years and I still have trouble blending the tips so that they don’t show through the acrylic at all. Do you have any advice?"

Patio Pedicure

July 1, 2002 | Article

Salon's signature service is a Margarita Pedicure outdoors. 

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