August 21, 2013
The Kym Lee Acrylic System by Galaxy Nail Products is a sculpting method formulated with a small molecular structure for great retention.
July 1, 1999
The pressure is on... whether you are giving client a French manicure, or you are at a competition attempting to create the perfect sculptured set... the smile line is always on your mind. Here are some tips to help keep you on your toes while making the perfect smile line.
November 1, 1997
This male client’s bitten nails get a facelift with a simple technique using pink and white acrylic.
September 1, 1997
The latest tip styles are all about flexibility and of serving the needs of as many different clients as possible while making the nail technician’s job easier. Many of today’s designs are the result of suggestions from nail technicians themselves.
April 1, 1996
A fast-set acrylic system simplifies and shortens the application process, allowing technicians to accommodate more clients in a day.
October 1, 1995
Don’t underestimate the power of this simple tool. The quality of your nail brush influences the quality of your work.
April 1, 1994
Competition is rivalry between skilled persons, and the theory that once you have competed and won, you should step down is absurd.
December 1, 1991
Ease the transition to a new product by knowing what you want, learning how to get it, and testing your results.
February 1, 1990
esigned expressly to alleviate unpleasant fumes that often accompany sculptured nail application, these systems could ultimately replace more conventional, high-odor systems almost completely, according to some manufacturers, contributing to a more pleasant salon work environment.
Nailing the Color of the Year 201623 photos
A Light Finish: The Latest in LED Gel Lamp Technology27 photos
Though we couldn’t find her as of press time, Deanna Riddle-Frakes fought long and hard for licensing in Nebraska, rallying nail technicians...
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