Nail Tech Tips
Working with the NSI Acrylic and Gel lines makes mixing your custom colors easy! There are full ranges of color in both the Gel and Acrylics lines that can be used to make that one of a kind color.
Creating custom color mixes that match your clients’ skin tone can be the ultimate manicure and pedicure service. Customizing a color for your clients’ creates a unique color that no other salon has, and it is a great way to boost your service cost and style.
Have you ever wondered how some nail technicians get their nails to look extra sparkly? We have created this guide of need to know apps and websites that will make you the Tech-Savvy Nail Professional.
With different types of dehydrators, primers, and ph balancers it is good to know what they all do and why they are important.
Check out our handy guide to find what nail form is right for your client and for your salon service.
A Common Myth that some clients and Nail Technicians believe is that nails need to breathe between services.
Let’s set the record straight: Your nails are not living tissue. They don’t need to breathe.
Clients with sensitivity issues can be a concern for nail technicians. It is important to understand what can cause these issues and how to prevent causing sensitivity issues with your clients.
A high-quality acrylic nail brush is a smart investment for any nail technician, follow this easy trick to keep your brush looking like new!
They are a simple way to get an alternative nail shape and can easily be used in a salon service!
A reference guide for our Polish Pro Gel Polish System to help you spot problems on your own and quickly remedy them so you can provide the very best service to your clients.
Why is MMA suitable for use in nail powder (polymer) and not suitable for use in nail liquid (monomer)?
As a reputable nail products manufacturer, we are required to list ingredients on our packaging. Even then, reading the ingredients can be confusing and even a little scary. Especially when it comes to an ingredient like Methyl Methacrylate, or MMA.