French manicure rules change for summer, but there are no rules about nail art

French manicurists are expected to take more responsibility and focus on the basics.

The new rules will mean more nail art options, such as nail art that doesn’t require polish.

They will also see a shift in the way people choose to do their nails, with more people looking to do a manicure that is “mild, simple, and non-trendy,” according to a report by the Canadian Association of Professional and Technical Nail Professionals.

Nail art can be either natural, natural-looking, or “mixed and matched.” 

The rules also allow for more styles of nail art.

For example, if a client wants a manicurist to work on a natural style, the nail art should be natural-style and include a small bit of glitter or glitter-like polish.

If a client doesn’t like the look of the natural style nail art, they can choose to work with a more “modern” nail art style. 

“The rules will give manicurors a clearer idea of the needs of their clients, and hopefully help them meet those needs, said the association’s president, Patricia D’Amico. 

The changes are expected in 2019, but don’t include the nail polish rule, which will come into effect in 2020. “

It’s going to be a little bit of a balancing act,” said LeBlanch, who is also a member of the association. 

The changes are expected in 2019, but don’t include the nail polish rule, which will come into effect in 2020. 

For now, the rules only cover the basics of manicure.

“I have been very impressed by the professionalism of the staff and the level of professionalism they have exhibited,” D’Ambico said.

“These are very professional, highly trained, and very well trained nail professionals.”