March 8, 2010
Shake up your average manicure with Xtreme Nail’s new Manicure Shakers. Shake in a little for a touch of fizz or shake in a lot for a refreshing experience.
Essie’s Exfoliating Foot Scrub is specially formulated to remove dry and flaking skin effectively.
The Depilar System uses the latest in advanced scientific research to offer effective and affordable body hair removal for all sexes, races, hair colors, and types.
Antoine De Paris’ #14 Cuticle Nippers has a box joint, comes in single or double spring, and is made of cobalt stainless steel.
California Mango’s Mango Extreme Hand and Body Crème is a long-lasting and luxurious solution for extra dry skin.
March 5, 2010
NSI has new Illusion Soak-Off Gel colors for the spring, bringing metallics, creams, brights, and neutrals to complement the festive season.
Robanda International’s PumiceSpa pumice bar comes in an easy-to-hold shape and works wonders on smoothing both hands and feet.
Entity’s Nudite Nail Sculpting Powders are corrective sculpting powders in shades of pink and white that are designed to hide flaws and enhance the natural look of nails.
One With Nature Lotions are Dead Sea Mineral Lotions that restore skin on the hands and body.
March 4, 2010
As the glitter gel toenails craze continues among clients, Light Elegance has released a gel line that makes life easier for the nail techs who do this popular service.
Rubis Switzerland’s Graffiti Tweezers feature four urban art-inspired designs.
February 24, 2010
Welcalm’s FootKiss Callus Removal Kit is a simple four-step kit that removes callus in as little as 10 minutes.
It’s always strawberry season when you have VB Cosmetics’ Brown Sugar Strawberry Gel Scrub.
Mr. Pumice’s Lil Pumi Foot Files can be used wet or dry, and take down callus quickly and easily leaving feet healthy and smooth.
LeChat’s Science Color Changing Gels can change color by simply adding heat.
The Latest and Greatest Gels: Soft/Soak-Off8 photos
The Latest and Greatest Gels: Hard/Traditional18 photos
A nail art brush with an angled head used to create intricate designs; bristles are cut at a 45° angle for control when drawing a slant.
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