August 19, 2011
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.
October 1, 2009
INM's Rachel Mouritsen explains the difference between applying odorless acrylics and standard acrylics.
September 15, 2009
Move clients away from traditional brush-on nail strengtheners and on to guaranteed nail growth. Star Nail International’s Eco Calcium Gel is a one-step system for clients who want to support the growth of their own natural nails.
September 1, 2008
The kit is odor-free and enables techs to do natural nail services, overlays with T3 fiber gel, gel-and-powder services, and liquid-and-powder services.
March 1, 2004
This month readers want to know about odorless acrylics, diabetic clietns, and splinter hemorrhages.
April 1, 2001
Although it’s technically not a natural nail care service, dip or powder-and-adhesive services are a good option for clients who don’t want full acrylics but can’t get their own nails growing.
June 1, 1998
Odorless and UV light-cured acrylic systems have a great deal to offer technicians concerned about odor in the salon, All you need to do is master a few of the tricky parts.
February 1, 1991
Odorless acrylics may allow nail services where they’ve been taboo before.
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.
July 1, 1989
A brief survey tells us that artificial services are your mainstays.
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A pointed brush used for intricate nail art, especially suited for painting flowers.
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