Gel manicures are super glossy, smooth, and last forever. What’s not to love? Well, not everyone is a great candidate for shellac or gel manicures. If your nails tend to be thin, brittle, or your cuticles are sore or cut, then they may not be able to handle a gel treatment, or the acetone soaks required to remove them.
But, since the gel craze began, many nail products have come out claiming to give gel-like effects at home, without UV curing or acetone soaks. Though there are some good gel-like polishes out there, what really matters is taking your time to do each step properly. Here’s how to give yourself a home gel manicure:
Today, women have a lot more options when they hit the salon for a manicure. And if you go beyond the basic file, buff, and coat of colour, you may find yourself with a lot of questions about acrylic, shellac, or gel nail extensions and what they all mean.
With the holiday season coming to an end, the warm festive colours and smell of freshly baked goods has turned into a distant memory and all you are left with is dry skin, slippery streets and the dreary cold. It’s hard enough to drag yourself out of bed and get ready for any daily appointments.
Your hot tropical vacation is months away, and yet, you yearn for the sweet sun and warm weather.
P & H Salon and Spa has three solutions get you through those winter woes.