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8 Exercises for Nail Techs
Follow the step-by-step breakdown for eight simple exercises you can do throughout the workday will help you limber up, alleviate muscle strain and increase energy.
Nov 13th, 2023
How to Care for Your Clients' Nails During Winter
Dermatologists and nail techs share tips on winter skin and nail care.
Jan 5th, 2023
So-called “spoon nails” are caused by a wide range of underlying conditions, but you can help improve these nails’ appearance and functionality in the salon.
Sep 2nd, 2022
Tips for Pricing Your Nail Services
Anastasiia Rozdobutko, Owner of Banana Nails and Educator for The GelBottle Inc, shares tips for knowing how to price your nail services.
Oct 16th, 2023
Skin Hydration Hints for the Winter Months
From dermatologists to salon pros, experts offer their top tips for choosing the best hydrating products and procedures to keep skin soft and supple through winter and beyond.
Feb 8th, 2022
Learn from salon experts the best ways to grow your business—while increasing client satisfaction and sales—through these savvy tips on backbar management.
Nov 5th, 2021
Nail Clinic: Heart Disease
As the leading cause of death in the U.S., heart disease touches all of us—but we can help prevent or even reverse its effects through healthier lifestyle choices. By Tracy Morin
Sep 8th, 2021
Managing Client Expectations in the Digital Age
Do not be intimidated by clients requesting celebrity- or Instagram-inspired nail art—simply snag these expert techniques for nailing the proper preparation, communication and follow-through.
Jul 2nd, 2021
How To Successfully Accommodate Male Clients in Your Salon
Whether they’re seeking simple matte manis or intricate nail art, men are increasingly interested in a range of nail services. Here’s how to best accommodate them in the salon.
May 5th, 2021
How Nail Techs Can Identify Nail Dystrophy
Learn how you, the nail tech, can play a crucial role in identifying nail dystrophy.
Mar 1st, 2021
Here, we take a look at flatfeet, also called pes planus or fallen arches, and what you can do to help.
Sep 11th, 2020