Marian Newman

Nail Technician

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About Me

Marian Newman set up her first nail salon in 1987 following a career as a forensic scientist in the Metropolitan Police. Her fascination with nail care and the very little research that had been…

Marian Newman set up her first nail salon in 1987 following a career as a forensic scientist in the Metropolitan Police. Her fascination with nail care and the very little research that had been done on it inspired her to pursue a career in the nail industry, and she still applies her forensic eye for detail and ever-curious scientific mind to her craft to this day. From 3D sushi nails for Fred Butler to bending, riveted nails for Lady Gaga’s You And I video, there’s no limit to Ms Newman’s talent and creativity.

According to Marian, you have to know the rules to break the rules, and she has written three editions of her masterful textbook The Complete Nail Technician to share her extensive nail knowledge with budding nail technicians. MAC chose her as their expert nail technician for their first venture into nails at New York Fashion Week, and she was the artist responsible for the supermodels’ nails at the Olympics Closing Ceremony. She’s even done P Diddy’s nails. Respect.

When she’s not working on a shoot with Mario Testino or presenting on QVC, you will most likely find Marian immersed in drawing or sending her husband on walks with the dog to scavenge for new, interesting materials for her next pièce de résistance (see hawthorn stingers on her bee nails for Fred Butler). This is a lady with the world at her fingertips.

Contact her on: info@streeterslondon.com

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  • Summer Lawler asked: Hi i have little bits of hard skin( best i can describe it) around my hand nails/cuticals, every time i try to cut it off it hurts do know i can prevent it

    June 13th 2014 12:55:24

    Marian Newman replied: Hi Nashreen This is quite a common problem and usually caused by the skin being too dry. If the dry skin is at the base of the nail (framing the base) then it is living skin and it is best not to cut it as it will just grow back thicker. If it hurts then it is definitely living skin. Cuticle is found on the nail itself and this is dead skin. I would suggest you buy a nail oil (many brands from the high street have one in their range) and gently massage into the nails and skin a couple of times a day. It may take a few weeks but, eventually, the dry skin will soften and the problem will go. Try to get into a routine with it as it takes moments and is well worth it. Marian

    June 24th 2014 07:16:31

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