Nail Art

Dedicated to the infinite joys of nail art and design: handpaint, airbrush, colored acrylics and gels.



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Safari Nails Are a Cinch

April 1, 1994 | Article

Elizabeth Zarzecki of Joy’s Hair Haven in Baltimore, Md., used a technique called foilizing.

Kids Crave Nail Art

April 1, 1994 | Article

“I had one lady who was trying to get her granddaughter to stop sucking her thumb, so she asked me to paint Barney on it.”

Local Craft Class Inspires Nail Technician

April 1, 1994 | Article

A local craft class inspired nail technician to take nail art to a new level

Successful Nail Technician Wears Her Art

April 1, 1994 | Article

Natalie Kurz, a booth renter at Sleek Images in Berkley, Mich., who specializes in gem-studded art-work, believes wearing her nail art is her best advertisement.

Cosmic Art and Beyond

February 1, 1994 | Article

A look at Diane Harris' galactic nail designs. 

Nail Artist Profits from Portraits of the Rich and Famous

February 1, 1994 | Article

Nail artist June Moffo finds a clever way to make a name for herself. 

The Art of Buying Nail Art Brushes

January 1, 1994 | Article

You can save time and money in the long run buying good brushes and maintaining them properly.

Prevent Clogging, Bubbling Back, and Spitting with Your Airbrush

November 1, 1993 | Article

Prevent common airbrush problems by properly maintaining your airbrush.

If A Nail Is A Tiny Canvas, Why Not Paint A Permanent Portrait?

January 1, 1993 | Article

June Moffo, owner of LA Nails in Folsom, Pa., is more than a nail technician---she’s a nail portraitist.

French Recipes for Natural-Looking Nails

October 1, 1991 | Article

The secret to a perfect French manicure, however you apply it, is matching the client’s skin tone, not her wardrobe.

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.


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