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Articles from August 2016

Making the most of Instagram: Part 1

Making the most of Instagram: Part 1

 Getting Started: Instagram is one of the best platforms to build your nail portfolio online. If you haven’t created an Instagram account yet, take a few minutes to do so and you’ll soon see the benefits.DO put your contact details on your profile. While you don’t want to share too many personal details on your account you should include a business contact number, Facebook page or business email in your profile description to ensure those interested in your work can contact you. Miss our first tip? Head back to our Facebook page here.&nb..
Making the most of Instagram: Part 3

Making the most of Instagram: Part 3

 Part 3: When is the best time to post? DON’T post photos late at night.The average time a photo stays visible on someone’s timeline is 4 hours. This means if you post late at night your photos might get lost in the vast world of Instagram.The best times to post are first thing in the morning or late afternoon when nail fans are scanning hashtags to make getting out of bed a little easier, or on their way back home after a busy day. Read on for a few extra tips will help make sure your account  is attracting as much attention as possible:..
Talk Tuesday: Summer Top Tips

Talk Tuesday: Summer Top Tips

With the summer holidays in full swing, it’s time to discuss some of our top Summer Nail Tips to keep your and your client’s Calgel nails looking beautiful! Prepare yourself and your clients about the effect the sun, sand, creams and oils may have on their beautiful gels. The sun can cause colour pigments to destabilise- ever notice how your hair changes colour, or your bikini fades? Unfortunately, this can happen to nail products too! This includes nail varnishes, gel varnish and true gels. UV rays can break down the chemical bonds of colour pigments leading to a bleachi..
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