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Angled Cuticle Nipper Is Easy on the Wrist

Body Toolz’ Ergo-Nip Angled Cuticle Nipper is designed for comfort and control.

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Standing Nail Bar Takes Care of Techs' Health

The Spa Within of Manchester, N.H., cares about its nail techs, so they created a unique workstation just for them.

Tech-Friendly Footrest

The Lenox GX Pedicure Chair features a telescopic foot rest that adjusts from 4” to 10” to accommodate every nail technician.

Tru-Align Undoes the Day’s Damage

The Tru-Align Body System from Kacelia can be used for 20 minutes at the end of your workday to ease back and neck pain and correct posture and alignment.

Stylist Wrist Rests

The new perches are $40 and are available in animal print, marble, and carbon fiber designs to punch up your salon decor.

Position Hands Properly

The Pampered Perch hand and foot support was developed by nail tech Theresa Cantu to hold clients’ hands and feet in position while she worked on their manicures and pedicures free from back, neck, and arm stress.

Ergonomic Arm and Foot Rest

The Pampered Perch improves the technician’s hand position, helping prevent conditions such as ganglion cysts or carpal tunnel syndrome in wrists.

ISSE Is the Total Beauty Event

The International Salon & Spa Expo (ISSE) Long Beach, held January 26-28, is billed as the West Coast’s largest and most influential total beauty event. Produced by the Professional Beauty Association (PBA), the ISSE concept has evolved beyond the traditional “hair” show to really incorporate a diverse exhibitor base covering hair, nails, cosmetics, esthetics, wellness, massage, and advanced education. More than 400 beauty brands were on display for nearly 40,000 beauty professionals in attendance. ISSE Long Beach 2014 will be held January 25-27.

Fancy Footrest Is Ergonomic

The new Gulfstream footrest is ergonomically designed with contoured footrest pads and an adjustable center pad to gently elevate the client’s feet, creating ease for both the technician and client.

No More Looking Down

Success came at a price for nail tech Carrie Bomar. After spending countless hours each day looking down at clients’ hands, her neck began to hurt, a result of the posture most nail technicians assume.