Managing partner Sasha Vinokur shows Footsiebath’s new Easy Access Tray, which lets you easily carry the company’s pedicure liner to the sink to fill it with water.
Sparkles Nail Products owner Shelly Hill was excited to talk about the company’s new glitter acrylics.
Ram Products owner Richard Wiesen gave us a tour of the company’s electric files and bits.
All smiles, Sarah Bryson (left) and Vickie Maher work the Poshé booth.
Sales representative Natasha Pupuy (left) and founder Sandra Ossmann were representing their new company, Nailtural, which focuses on botanical nail care products.
Managing editor Sree Roy shows off her fingernail, freshly painted with a Migi Nail Art Polish Pen.
Medicool’s Steve Wallace smiles pretty for the camera.
EZ Flow educator MaeLing Parrish does a “Time to Shine” demo, which is the company’s new glitter collection.
Young Nails president and co-founder Greg Salo (right) and educator G Elizondo talked up the company’s new ManiQ Natural Nail Care Gel, a soakable gel for natural nail clients.
Atwood Industries’ Bruce Atwood never goes anywhere without his NAILS Magazine.
95° and Sunny imports these glass manicure files, then hires an artist to handpaint them all.
Husband and wife duo John Hadley (president) and Marnie Hadley (CEO) work the CalGel booth.
Furnishings company Belvedere partnered with Lydia Sarfati (shown) to create a stylish and practical new line of products, including this 3-in-1 manicure, pedicure, and facial chair.
Formerly the Las Vegas Hair & Nail Conference, IBS Las Vegas (plus the International Esthetics, Cosmetics, & Spa Conference, which was held across the exhibit hall) offered three exciting days of product demonstrations and sales, hands-on education, and networking opportunities in the Las Vegas Convention Center. Check out these show highlights and save the date for next year’s show: June 13-15, 2009.
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