May 21, 2009
Glamour lists beauty products for a DIY mani and pedi, and gives tips on how to pamper like a pro nail tech.
May 14, 2009
Nailtural's Soy-Based Polish Remover moisturizes and hydrates the nail bed while safely removing polish without harsh chemicals.
April 29, 2009
Picking at cuticles can lead to unsightly consequences.
April 15, 2009
Star Nails’ Mini Blocks are pre-cut buffing blocks designed to not only be cost effective but also environmentally friendly.
April 14, 2009
Backscratchers’ Septiblock Sanitizable File Block has stick-on abrasives that come off so the block can be soaked in disinfectant.
Antoine De Paris’ Curette Scoop (#215) is designed to get close and clean under ingrown nails.
April 2, 2009
CHI’s Ceramic Nail Drying Drops dry nail lacquers in just minutes.
April 1, 2009
No need to go to a show--attend one of these traveling two-day seminars.
April 1, 2009
VB Cosmetics has a new Manicure Starter Kit that helps client preserve and maintain their manicures longer.
Employing a "service-step" system and inventive nail bar set-up, Naturals in Gloucester, Virginia handles clients' natural nail care with ease.
March 25, 2009
Good Housekeeping lists CND SolarOil amongs its "Best Bets for Beautiful Skin."
March 4, 2009
Soft Touch’s Sand Sponge File makes it easy to achieve a perfect finish.
Young Nails’ ManiQ Natural Nail Care Gel is a clear gel that protects nails so they won’t chip, crack, or break.
PNI's Mini Arctic Blocks are economical and designed for one-time use to enhance sanitation.
OPI’s Nail Envy Natural Nail Strengthener strengthens nails and maintains them with hydrolyzed wheat protein and calcium.
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