Technique Articles

Nail Art Tutorial: One Stroke Flower Nails
You’ll need colored acrylic powders, acrylic paint, and a brush to create the design, on top of the supplies to sculpt your traditional French. After filing but before the glossy top coat, use the...
Greg Salo Demonstrates Reverse Application
The Young Nails Reverse French application is the process of building the body (pink) of the nail first, and then adding the free edge (white). Often this technique can speed up your services a...
6 Quick Tips for Using Nail Files
Files are a staple in every tech's toolbox. Check out these six basic tips to get the most out of them!1.) Keep your files clean and dry so that they’ll last a while. 2.) Don’t forget to note the...
5 Steps For High-Shine Nails
What girl doesn’t appreciate something shiny on her finger? Up the wow-factor instantly on every manicure by following these simple five steps for increasing nail shine!1.) Don’t start with a very...
Nail Art Tutorial: Candy French Manicure
Kimmie Kyees, manicurist to stars such as Katy Perry, showed us an easy way to get a glittery French that looks just like a candy necklace! Follow along as she shows exactly how to get the design. »[...
How To Create Winning Competition Nails
Get ahead in nail competitions and transfer those same skills to your salon work! Nailpro Competitions Judge Carla Collier explains step by step how to create winning competition nails – read on to...
Nail Art Tutorial: Candy Dots
Create a candy wonderland on nails with colorful dots. Learn how celebrity manicurist Kimmie Kyees transformed a Q-tip® into a dotting tool to paint this sugary design. » [pagebreak] Step 1: Paint...
Nail Art Tutorial: Glittery Cherry Blossom Nails
Let your skills bloom with this cherry blossom design! Click through to see as DanahsNails shows how it’s done. »[pagebreak] Supplies needed:Quick dry top coatLight aqua/mint polishPastel green/...