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A gift from the Sydell & Arnold Miller Family Foundation is funding beauty and wellness scholarships that will be administered by the Beauty Changes Lives Foundation.
Here's a pretty springtime floral nail art project that's easy enough for students
Terminate your clients’ tough calluses and rough skin by treating their feet with Mr. Pumice Callus Terminator.
Looking for some great self-care retail items or maybe something to help yourself unwind after a long day at the salon?
If you think your sleeping patterns are pretty good but you’re still kind of tired during your salon work day, it may be your morning routine that’s tripping you up.
The Beauty Bus Foundation offers its services to give chronically and terminally ill patients and their caregivers a chance to unwind and be pampered — all free of charge.
After years of yo-yo dieting, nail tech and business owner Dreneigh Cobb lost more than 55 pounds in order to inspire her clients and to take control of her health and her career.
NAILS’ Next Top Nail Artist is searching for licensed nail techs of all experience levels who have that “it” factor. Does one of your recent nail program graduates fit the bill?
The Beacon program provides beauty industry students the opportunity to compete against their peers to win access to invaluable education and networking opportunities.
Use these three simple step-by-steps to help your students practice basic nail art techniques.
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