NAILS Magazine - April 2009

Spring Has Sprung Nails by Yomary Millan, Milwaukee Area Technical College, Milwaukee

Features in this issue: 

Removing Acrylic Nails: A D-I-Y Checklist

For those rare occasions when one of your clients has to remove her acrylics on her own, outside of the salon, make sure she is prepared and does it correctly so she does not damage her nails. Here’s a tear-out do-it-yourself sheet for your clients and some tips from fellow nail techs on how to handle this subject with your clients.

Apothecary Spa Ritual Pedicure

Blu Water Day Spa in Kensington, Md. uses a blend of herbs, salts, and essential oils in unique treatments designed to fit each client's needs to relax, energize, detoxify or recharge.

Excel with Gels
Who says you can’t create a beautiful array of nail art with gels? Certainly not these seven techs, who show you the step-by-steps for some designs your clients will love.

Eye Candy

Part of the appeal of the old-fashioned candy counter was the brilliant display methods, says Julie Shepperly, director of education for Milady. “They put everything front and center, bold and beautiful."

NAILS Magazine - April 2009
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