September 16, 2011
Bio Creative has a new line of Mandarin and Mango spa products.
September 15, 2011
Made to be used in the salon or retailed as a high-end salon item, the new ANSR: Sole can tackle any foot problem — from simple calluses to extremely dry and cracked feet, according to the company.
August 23, 2011
Nailtiques’ After Artificial Kit is a therapeutic treatment for nails recovering from acrylics, gels, and wraps.
August 19, 2011
Orly has just come out with a brand new soak-off color gel called Orly GelFX, which applies like polish.
Created by salon owner Maisie Dunbar of Maisie Dunbar’s Spa Lounge in Silver Spring, Md., the line features a Sugarbutter Body Scrub, Smoothie Body Lotion, and Sugar Sweet Body Wash.
Kinetics’ Acrylic Nail Travel Set helps maintain your acrylic nails on the go.
Made with 76% certified organic ingredients, HandPrint is a hydrating, restorative, and preventive treatment that leaves hands soft and protected.
Tweezerman’s Cobalt Stainless Cuticle Nipper 1/2 Jaw is an award-winning nipper that delivers precision and performance in an ergonomic design.
Nailite’s new Test Tubes give you 13 different sampling options for you to try.
NexGen Nails is a new acrylic company that has a line of odor-free acrylics that are fortified with calcium and vitamin E to be healthy on the natural nail.
Nubar’s Infinity Color Acrylics are high-performing powders that have bold, bright pigments that can be mixed together to create stunning effects on enhancements.
August 17, 2011
The Nail Love Cuticle and Nail Oil Pen is the newest addition to IT Cosmetics line of beauty products.
July 27, 2011
Butter Babies are non-oily and intense hydration lotions from Cuccio Naturalé.
Republic Nail makes nail art easier with its Long Pen.
July 26, 2011
Working on the hands and feet can cause skin to become dry, so Frais Towelettes are perfect for nail technicians because they instantly rehydrate the skin back to its natural beauty.
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