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Almost Natural Polish

Industry News

Almost Natural Polish

by Staff

April 2014's InStyle magazine tested products to see if they really work. Mischo's Luxury Nail Lacquer claims "green," and "all-natural." The testers ensured that while not totally green, these polishes are five-free, meaning they don't have formaldehyde, or formaldehyde resin, camphor, tolune, or dibutyl phthalate (DBP). Manicurist Madeline Poole gives the polish a two thumbs up for coverage, shine and the shape of the brush. InStyle testers were disappointed about quickly their nails chipped, but with a paper-heavy office job, chipping might be unavoidable.

Revive Nails & Co., Chicago. The majority of Revive’s decor comes from discarded wood pallets...

Business

What It Means to Be Green in 2014

by Tracy Rubert

Ready to do your part to help the environment? Greening your salon is easier than you think. Our comprehensive guide takes you beyond “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” with innovative ideas to help you offset your carbon footprint.  

Retail Boutique: Eco-Friendly Items

Business

Retail Boutique: Eco-Friendly Items

by Staff

Celebrate Earth Day every day with these eco-friendly, totally chic products. Made from natural ingredients, your customers can leave your salon with these items feeling like they are doing themselves and the planet a favor.

Sublime Bliss Pedicure

Technique

Sublime Bliss Pedicure

by Staff

Created by nail tech Melissa Bozant and her friend Karen Waters, the Sublime Bliss product line used in this pedicure is organic and natural.

Eco-Friendly Beauty Products

Industry News

Eco-Friendly Beauty Products

by Staff

InStyle magazine's May 2012 issue features a list of recommended eco-friendly beauty products. Consider carrying these brands in your salon, either to use on clients or to sell as retail.

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