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Reader to Reader: How Do You Improve Your Acrylic Techniques When You Don’t Have Regular Fill Appointments?
Reader to Reader: How Do You Improve Your Acrylic Techniques When You Don’t Have Regular Fill Appointments?

June 1, 2001
When we’re not with clients, I practice different techniques on the other nail techs in the salon. We also ask our supplies for samples of new...

Secret Ingredient: Acrylic Liquid
Secret Ingredient: Acrylic Liquid

June 27, 2011
lifting in the work of creating nails.” The most common choice for monomers for traditional acrylic nails

The Help Desk Answers Your Technical and Business Questions

April 1, 2004
This month, readers ask about sculpting, the difference between cuticle products, and the effect of medications on nails. 

The Help Desk Responds to Your Technical Questions

February 1, 1998
-monthly column, the experienced voices of the Nails Industry Association tackle reader questions ranging from

Your Guide to Nail Repairs & Reinforcements
Your Guide to Nail Repairs & Reinforcements

October 13, 2011
to clients’ nails before they leave. Enhancements are also a great choice for clients with brittle nails

The Help Desk Answers Your Technical Questions

May 1, 2003
This month our readers want to know about a shadown on a backfill, a client with a splitting thumnail, and yellowing acrylics. 

Ask Vicki: Vicki Peters Answers Your Technical Questions
Ask Vicki: Vicki Peters Answers Your Technical Questions

January 1, 1991
In this bimonthly column, nail technician and NAILS Shows Manager Vicki Peters responds to readers' questions.

Backfill Basics
Backfill Basics

September 1, 2004
are determined by your choice of tool: an electric or hand file. Electric File Technique Prep the cuticle

The Help Desk

April 1, 2001
. If your client wears colored polishes, you could use pink or clear powder. Your other choice is to sculpt

Ask Vicki: Vicki Peters Answers Your Technical Questions
Ask Vicki: Vicki Peters Answers Your Technical Questions

December 1, 1991
Nail technician and NAILS Magazine show manager Vicki Peters answers readers' technical questions.

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