May 1, 1991
Simply the one item you cannot do without, the file is the work horse of the nail salon. There is no nail service that you don’t use if for. It is probably your least expensive tool and it’s very likely the tool every one of your clients has at home. But as nail care has become more complicated and more sophisticated, so too even the simplest of implements.
July 1, 1988
February 1, 1988
The primary use of this mousse for nails is to reduce polish drying time to mere minutes.
November 1, 1987
New cuticle cream that provides moisturizers, healing agents and anti-oxidants. As a comprehensive treatment to retard bacteria and fungus, it is ideal for hands and feet
September 1, 1987
April 1, 1987
October 1, 1986
Inverness proves its penchant for good ideas with the introduction of Nail Lab, a start-to-finish approach to nail care that incorporates new design concepts: Pre-Wraps® Nail Tips.
July 1, 1986
The Finishing Touch corrector represents such a development. It combines the best of the popular pen form; the convenience, portability, and ease of application with the quality the market demands.
June 1, 1986
If you are not offering a therapeutic program of natural nail care for nail biters or clients with damaged nails, you could be missing out on an important source of additional income and clientele for the salon.
November 1, 1985
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April 1, 1984
Flocking Flurries16 photos
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