NAILS Magazine - June 2014
The professional nail industry's top magazine, with features on salon business, nail art, practical techniques, Signature Services, salon profiles, new products, and working safely. Plus, in every issue we feature business-building tips, nail art how-tos, manufacturers' step by steps, and in-depth health stories.
Features in this Issue
Zooming in on You Tube
Take a closer look at how nail techs and salons can use online video content for business growth.
Services for Dear Old Dad
This Father's Day, invite men into your salon with Foot Details and Man-icures they will love. These businesses prove that you can bring guys in on June 15 (and year around).
What's Hot in Acrylics
You haven't heard the last of acrylics. Now more than ever, nail art and low odor products are making acrylics even more appealing to established and new clients alike. Your favorite brands have been busy developing even more products to keep the acrylic faithful coming back for more.
Four "Somethings" for the Bride
Offer your bride client nail art featuring "something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue" for her wedding.
Step-by-steps from Hand & Nail Harmony and Mia Secret
Step-by-steps for a Simply Cinnamon and Vanilla Pedicure and The Diamond Pedicure
Behind the Scenes
Find out how to do the nails that are on this month's cover.
Gear of Glory Nail Art
Master nail tech Vicki Peters shows how to create trendy 3-D nail art with clock gear pieces purchased on eBay.
Consider one of these aprons that show off your personality and commitment to cleanliness by tying one on and looking fabulous while you work.
Boutique; Brides-to-Be Gifts
Summertime means wedding season is upon us. Now your clients can fine cute gifts for all her favorite brides-to-be. These items are functional, beautiful, and give newlyweds something to look forward to after their big day.
Do you think French-style nails are outdated for bridal and if so, what's a nice alternative?
Funding your Salon
Before the ribbon cutting, before the first appointment is booked, and before the lights get turned on, you've got to find the financial muscle to make this dream come true.
With displayed artwork and all-natural products, Base Coat in Denver, owner by a mother and daughter team, brings a whole new meaning to the term "nail art."
Something to Talk About: Transitioning from Enchancements to Natural Nails
10 Things You Can Do Right Now to Improve Your Work/Life Balance
Chemist's Corner: Nail Cleanser
Client of the Month: The Male Client
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On My Mind Ad Index
We Hear You Reader Nail Art
Calendar Product Spotlight
Nails File Get the Look
Freebies & Giveaways Deal Sheet
On The Road My Other Life