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What’s New in Nail Art?

October 1, 1991 | Article

Holograms, Chagalling, abstracts, and graffiti are the latest inspirations for nail artists.

Ask Vicki: Vicki Peters Answers Your Technical Questions

October 1, 1991 | Article

In this bimonthly column, nail technician and NAILS Magazine Shows manager Vicki Peters answers readers’ technical questions.

Jewel of the Nail

May 1, 1991 | Article

Challenge your creativity – and your client’s image – by adding nail charms to your repertoire.

Shed the Starving Artist Image

May 1, 1991 | Article

There is no single customer for nail art. So with smart promotions, it can appeal to the trendsetting and the conservative.

The Nail as a Canvas

May 1, 1991 | Article

Once considered eccentric or flashy, nail art has gone mainstream. And – good news for technicians – it’s easier than ever to do.

Editor's note: A Salute to Nail Technicians’ War Efforts

April 1, 1991 | Article

NAILS readers have shown overwhelming support for U.S. troops and revealed an especially caring deeply patriotic side even in the way they do business.

Nails Chicago-Style

February 1, 1990 | Article

Despite a lack of state licensing, students seek out sound education

Tip-Tyme Builds Electronic Digital Clock Into Nail Extension

November 1, 1986 | Article

Doily Art: The effort of two nail techs

October 1, 1986 | Article

“Playful” nail decals now available for the “new” look

June 1, 1985 | Article

A Renowned Painter Of Miniatures Discovers Another Canvas … Nails

March 1, 1985 | Article

Raino Rydelius, a man renowned for his work in miniature, has been working in miniature stones and other small surfaces for over 1 0 years, and has had over a dozen exhibitions in the United States


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