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Crowdsourcing: How much do you rely on beauty influencers for education and inspiration?

This month we asked nail techs: How much do you rely on beauty influencers for education and inspiration?

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Nail Camp East 2019

100 nail techs and educators gathered at Ramah Darom Camp and Conference Center (about an hour and a half north of Atlanta) for nail education, networking, and fun. See what the experience was like in this video.

Tracey Lee’s Online Education Platform Brings Nail Classes to You

NAILS Next Top Nail Artist Season 4 winner Tracey Lee has launched Beauty2trs, a new website designed to connect global nail educators with students and professionals online.

Learn to Become an Independent Educator

Jaime Schrabeck, Ph.D. will provide two days of comprehensive training in becoming an independent educator in Carmel, Calif., from October 27-28.

Free Online Workshop: How to Grow Your Nail Salon Clientele on Facebook

If you’ve been struggling to turn “likes and comments” on your Facebook page into actual appointments and revenue, you will want to catch this free workshop from Sunnystorm Marketing.

Cuccio Holds Education Summit in Costa Rica

Held in Costa Rica, Cuccio's summit included attendees from more than 30 countries, with more than 70 elite educators.

Salon Digital Summit 2018

Held at the Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles Hotel November 4-6, Modern Salon and NAILS Magazine's Salon Digital Summit event provided hands-on, in-depth information on how to use social and digital media to boost your salon business.

Premiere Birmingham Brings Education to Southeast U.S.

Held October 21-22 in Birmingham, Alabama, the Premiere Birmingham trade show offers opportunities for networking and education.

Cruise with the Nail Stars Offers Free Education

In celebration of his 25 years in the nail industry, Cruise with the Nail Stars host John Hauk is offering free education during the next cruise.

Do you think licensing requirements should be reduced or eliminated?

This month, we asked nail techs: do you think licensing requirements should be reduced or even eliminated? Why or why not?