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Vermont Reduces Nail Tech Instruction Hours

by NAILS Staff | June 6, 2018

Effective January 1, 2019, Vermont H 684 reduces the hours of instruction required for nail technicians from 400 to 200 hours. Hours of instruction are also being reduced for other beauty industry professionals: Cosmetology from 1,500 to 1,000; barbering from 1,000 to 750 hours; and esthetics from 600 to 500 hours.

In Tennessee, a recently enacted law (SB 797) authorizes cosmetology, manicurist, esthetician, and natural hair styling licensees to practice in a customer’s residence, short-term residence, or place of business.

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KUPA Introduces MANIPro Passport Plus

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KUPA Introduces MANIPro Passport Plus

by Staff

KUPA’s long awaited keynote today revealed the MANIPro Passport Plus, the latest e-file from the brand. The machine was inspired by high-end luxury items such as designer perfume and a Montblanc pen. The new machine is digital, as opposed to analog.

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Foot Forward Summit Registration Opens

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Foot Forward Summit Registration Opens

by Staff

Registration is now open for NAILS’ second-annual Foot Forward Summit! Held in Atlanta, August 11-13, the event will feature nail techs, foot care experts, and medical professionals who will share their knowledge and create a roadmap for your growth and success.

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