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Basic Manicure

If you are new to receiving manicures, start with a typical basic manicure, without all the extras. A nail technician will the shape of the nails has been defined and it is time for a massage. When the massage has been completed, a base coat will be applied first. After that, a polish of your choice is applied usually twice. Last, a top coat is applied. Once the nails have been polished you will place your hands under a nail dryer to complete the drying process.

French Manicure

The ever-classic French manicure is destined to give you the clean, gorgeous look you want. A clear, pale pink or beige polish is applied over the entire nail, and white polish along the tip. The end result is healthy, vibrant and perfect for all occasions – you definitely can’t go wrong with this look.

Deep French Manicure

On the flip side, you might consider the reverse French manicure, a look that really took off on the high-fashion runways in Europe before achieving mainstream popularity. The look is essentially a takeoff of the traditional French; in it, the “moon” of the nail is painted white while the rest is done in a darker shade.

Another option is to simply reverse the colours; try an all-white nail with a strip of colour along the tip. Popular shades for this look are black and wine during fall and winter, and yellow and pink during spring and summer.

American Manicure

An American manicure is similar to the French, but the shape and colour of the nails differ. In the American manicure the tips are sometimes rounded, and use more neutral or off white colours on the tips, instead of the drastic bright whites used in the French manicure.

Shellac, O.P.I Gel Colour

If you want a long-lasting manicure without the commitment (or potential damage) of having acrylic nails applied, getting a gel manicure is a good an option. All the steps of a basic manicure are taken, except a special polish that requires curing under a UV light is applied. This cured polish typically lasts days longer than the polish used for a basic manicure, and is less prone to chipping.

Paraffin Manicure

A paraffin manicure is a must for anyone with dry or overworked hands. Paraffin wax is used to infuse the skin with instantaneous moisture, leaving it smooth and supple. The manicure also includes a stimulating hand massage and finishes with a chic basic manicure polish look. Some paraffin treatments include the addition of various oils, like grape seed, for extra moisturising benefits.

Our Manicure Services

Manicure, Nail Hardener, French Extra, Polish Change
Kid’s Manicure, Kid’s Polish Change
Nail Design, Nail Fix
Shellac Pedicure, Only Shellac Colour, French Extra
Bio Gel: Full Set, Bio Gel Maintenance: Fill, Bio Gel Maintenance: Overlay
Artificial Polish Change, French Extra, Remove

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