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The Monster

Atwood Industries has a new bit called “The Monster”.

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At ISSE 2010, Manufacturers Answer: How is 2010 looking so far?

From Jan. 30 through Feb. 1, beauty manufacturers showed their latest wares and chatted with their clients about the industry. In light of the economic recession, NAILS asked: How is 2010 looking so far? Have you made any changes to the way you do business?

Heart-Shaped Dappen Dish

Add a little extra personality to your nail table with this heart-shaped dappen dish from Atwood Industries.

IBS Heats Up Las Vegas

Formerly the Las Vegas Hair & Nail Conference, IBS Las Vegas (plus the International Esthetics, Cosmetics, & Spa Conference) offered three exciting days of product demonstrations and sales, hands-on education, and networking opportunities in the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Electric File Bits

Atwood Industries’ diamond electric file bits are made from virgin diamond particles with channels through the length of the barrel for air flow. Swiss Carbide bits are available in different coarseness for added versatility.

NAILS Readers' Choice Awards 2004

NAILS announces the winners of our first annual Readers' Choice Awards. These products were nominated by the manufacturers themselves and voted on by you, our readers.

Has the Dust Settled on Electric Files?

For years, electric files have allowed nail techs to cut their service time, yet they’ve also gotten negative reviews from clients and the nail industry alike. Are they still getting a bad rap or are electric files finally making a positive groove in the industry?

The Drilling Principle: Using E-Files Right

With all of the negative hype on drills, it is becoming crucial for nail technicians to be properly trained on their usage. Connecting with the right people for education and knowing the state regulations can help pave the way drilling success.

Atwood Has Successful Show With Diamond Magic Drill Bits