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European Touch Celebrates 25 Years

May 1, 2010 | Article

European Touch is celebrating a quarter-century in the beauty industry. An active developer and manufacturer of pedicure spas since its founding in 1985, the company has built and sold such products as the Murano, Rinato, Altera, Forte, and the original Omni Spa. Now, in honor of this special occasion, European Touch has introduced the 25th Anniversary Murano Spa Limited Edition.

Extra Pampering Takes No Time at All

April 1, 2010 | Article

Looking for ways to give your clients something extra that doesn’t cost much in the way of time or money?

Floating Pedicure

April 1, 2010 | Article

Step-by-step by Nails & More Day Spa, Greensboro, N.C.

Pedi Like a Rock Star

March 1, 2010 | Article

When Shauni Kelly was creating Hot Heads Barbershop and Cool Claws Nails in Albuquerque, N.M., she wanted to take the “rock star pedicure” service to the extreme — by tying the entire pedicure room decor into the “rock star” theme.

What Are Corns?

February 1, 2010 | Article

Though a common ailment, corns can often be avoided by something as simple as changing one’s shoes.

Pedicures Gone Dry

February 1, 2010 | Article

Bonnie Rios of Rio Rancho, N.M., shows how she does her waterless pedicure using CND’s Almond SpaManicure System.

Pedicure Chairs and a Draining Economy

February 1, 2010 | Article

Find out what’s new and how it can benefit you.

Pedicure Poise

January 1, 2010 | Article

Pedicures can be quite tough on a nail tech’s body. Holding legs while ­clipping toenails, massaging calves and ankles, and scrubbing down thick callus can all quickly lead to sore backs and arms — and cranky dispositions. Here’s what some techs have done to keep their poise during strenuous pedicures.

Feet Need Kneading

January 1, 2010 | Article

It’s the mandatory element to every pedicure — the foot and calf massage — and there’s no one way to do it.

That’s So Pedi Gets the Votes

January 1, 2010 | Article

Despite having been in business just six months, San Jose, Calif.-based That’s So Pedi Nail Salon beat out well established salons to be voted #1 for manicures and #2 for pedicures in the Metro newspaper’s 2009 Best of Silicon Valley reader survey.

What Are Pincer Nails?

January 1, 2010 | Article

A common and potentially painful condition, pincer nails can often be avoided by careful detection and proper care.

Leading Men

January 1, 2010 | Article

At Extremedys2010 Hand & Foot Spa in West Hollywood, Calif., the French manicure isn’t just for women anymore. The salon offers a popular “Boy French” nail style that gives its male clients a “healthy-looking, groomed nail that doesn’t look like polish or a traditional French manicure,” says owner Naja Rickette.

What Are Neuromas?

November 1, 2009 | Article

When the weight of the body lands on a swollen nerve, it can be debilitating. Learn the symptoms and alert clients to this common problem that develops in the nerves of the foot.

You’re Never Alone When a Nail’s Ingrown

November 1, 2009 | Article

Ingrown toenails are painful afflictions that usually require a doctor’s help to remove. But if you catch them early enough, you can help maintain the nail using a special Ingrown Nail File and prevent the nail from growing into the surrounding skin.

Trend: Kid's Pedi Chairs

October 1, 2009 | Article

Children's pedicure chairs make it easier to pamper the kiddies.

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