Ease Clients' Concerns with Gel Safety Products

by Sigourney Nuñez | October 29, 2014

Every time a client checks in for a service, we know you strive to remove and apply a set quickly and efficiently. When it comes to gels and gel-polish, proper removal of the product is important, especially because improper handling can damage the relationship you have with your clients. Turns out, there are two new products on the market created to speed up removal while protecting the natural nail.

Dashing Diva’s Nail Guard is a micro thin, peel-away protective base for gel-polish and acrylics that requires no dry time and can be worn up to 14 days.

Minx Coat simply slides off with acetone after being applied over natural nails and under polish, gel-polish, and gels. When used under acrylics, the coat can be popped off with the help of an orangewood stick.

Do yourself and your clientele a favor and consider these gel safety products designed to ease concerns about the application process and protect and maintain natural nail health.

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Foot Forward Summit 2019

by Staff

NAILS' second Foot Forward Summit was held in Atlanta August 11-13. Nail techs gathered for speaker presentations, advanced education, and networking.

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Up Your Acrylic Skills: Mix Ratio

by Tracey Lee

Even though mix ratio is fundamental to learning about liquid-and-powder acrylic application, it’s still one of the biggest challenges for nail professionals in the salon. The performance and longevity of our product is hugely affected by an incorrect mix ratio.


In our video section, watch salon professionals in action, listen to the advice of salon business experts, and tour inside the world’s top salons.

What's The Difference? Clarifying Commonly Confused Nail Terms


What's The Difference? Clarifying Commonly Confused Nail Terms

by Holly Schippers

You probably know the essential differences between the products and nails terms you use in the salon every day — like soft gel versus hard or LED light versus UV. But could you provide a clear explanation to a curious client? And what about those fuzzy terms that can mean different things to different people? Here's a terminology "cheat sheet" we hope will help keep us all on the same page.

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