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A Closer Look at My New Nail Table

I had lots of requests for photos of the inside of the table.

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I Got a Brand New Nail Table!

I just got my first brand new, self-purchased nail table.

Belava’s New Look

he Elora collection marks the first time the company has produced manicure tables, pedicure dollies, and pedicure carts, as well as the Dorset Chair.

Show (Us) Your...Manicure Tables

We asked nail techs to share their favorite nail tables and desks. Here’s a look at the creative, clever, and varied surfaces where manicure magic is made.

Laptop Stand Doubles as Mani Station

Nail tech and hairstylist Melissa Thun of Studio Four in North Bend, Ore., found ergonomic ease on Amazon in the form of a Windsor laptop table she uses to perform manicures.

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.

Let's Hear It for the Lefties

Whether you’re a left-handed tech yourself, have one as a coworker, or simply want to see nails from a different perspective, you can benefit from learning about how south paw nail techs adapt their set-ups to stay in their right minds and in the right career path for them.

Mani Table with the Works

When G Elizondo couldn’t find a manicure table to meet all of her specifications, she designed her own. We love how she built up, not out, adding an extra horizontal tier to get the clean workspace she desired.

8 Real Manicure Station Set-Ups

Nail techs share their manicure station set-ups. It's a revealing look at form, function, and personality.

Mobile Tech Markets Mobile Table

Mobile and celebrity manicurist Teresa Smith's mobile manicure company Nails at Work has been around for about four years, and now Smith has made her mobile manicure tables available for any nail tech to purchase.