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No Need for Water: The Pros and Cons of Dry Manicures

October 1, 2000  | Article

Nail techs have been taught to do manicures the old-fashioned way: with some water and a good soak. But many say that the age-old technique has become a little dry. Find out why waterless (or dry) manicures can help you do a faster service, among other benefits.

Keywords: male clients   manicures   natural nail care   waterless services  

A Wave Without Water

May 1, 2000  | Article

n the midst of the hip Las Olas shopping district in Fort Lauderdale, you will find a nail salon unlike any other. Open for just year, New Wave is a unique foot and nail care salon that ironically prides itself on a waterless pedicure.

Keywords: Florida   salon profiles   waterless services  

Tip of the Month

December 1, 1998  | Article

A proponent of the waterless manicure, Susan Hilker uses lotion and a heat lamp to hydrate clients’ skin.

Keywords: Tip of the Month   waterless services  

Manicure Dilemma: Wet or Dry?

November 1, 1997  | Article

Some nail technicians have abandoned their soaking bowls in favor of heating pads and mitts used in conjunction with warmed lotions, oils, or other “treatment” products. They claim that these types of products do not alter the shape of the nails and offer more moisturizing benefits.

Keywords: waterless services  
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