Best Selling Author,
Refers to Lisa Ann as the "Erin Brockovich" of the nail care industry. Many in the nail care industry refer to her as "controversial" The public says she is "informative" One thing is certain, in her book, Lisa Ann has, without question, awakened a Sleeping Giant. Lisa Ann currently resides in Central California and continues to advocate for Healthier Nail Care practices.
Meet The Author
About Lisa Ann Bowles:
Lisa Ann Bowles started her career as a licensed professional in the beauty industry over 25 years ago .
In 1997 she, her husband and their four children moved to Sandy, Utah. This is where she would eventually begin what would be the very first nail training academy specializing in basic and advanced manicure and pedicure techniques and the application of alternatives to acrylic nail care products.
Since 1997, Lisa Ann has become a leading authority and
crusader, on a mission to help the public and any licensed
professional who will listen. She has worked with ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox News stations, local newspapers, The Nation and radio stations numerous times educating and informing the public and licensed professionals in regard to chemical awareness and sanitation issues within the nail care industry and how they can protect themselves from chemical injury and possible infection from dirty manicure and pedicure tools and equipment.
Lisa Ann is a former member of the National Cosmetology
Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, affiliate #4 having served on the Board Of Directors and Educational Committee for this affiliate. She played a significant roll in assisting Utah to pass into law, mandatory licensing for manicurists/nail technicians.
This law carried with it, R156-11a-502(12) which stated it is "unprofessional conduct" for a nail technician to use Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) liquid and Nail Technician Act, 58-11-502 (4) which stated it is unlawful for a nail technician to use a solution compound of at least 10% Methyl Methacrylate on a client.The first offense for doing so is $500 . The second offense is
$1,000 ... ( For a current update of this action Google R-156-11a-502)