September 16, 2011
CND’s Retention Starter Pack is an excellent acrylic kit for new nail techs, providing all the essential products needed to start offering Retention enhancements in the salon.
The Nano Series by Kinetics is made of four expert formulas that provide therapy for every nail type.
The Nail Superstore’s Artisan Acrylic Professional System was developed to exceed the expectations of nails techs regardless of their experience level.
This nail strengthening and growth treatment uses a natural mineral complex to reverse nail damage.
LaVaque has new Crystal Nail Files that can be used on both real and artificial nails.
Princess Nails has reissued its Original Acrylic Deluxe Kit, bringing a convenient and easy-to-use kit for acrylic newbies.
Baby Foot Easy Packs are unique callus softening bags that use gel to help remove dead skin cells.
Dip It from Parley Innovative Solutions is a new acrylic dipping system that uses nanotechnology to maximize product performance.
These two unique patented products remove callus with a curved surface to work around the contours of the feet.
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.
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