Sandal weather is here = PRETTY FEET!


IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN

WHEN WE GET TO SHOW OFF OUR PRETTY TOES!

 

Go ahead…look down. Are you feet in need of some T.L.C?

Are you somewhat confused about all of the different options for your feet, like what to ask for, the difference between regular nail polish, shellac or gelish options and the standard Gel products? Hopefully we can clear things up for you…

 

OPI Nail Polish

 

Regular Nail Polish like the OPI pictured above is your standard polish that is included when booking a Pedicure. Your Professional Spa should have lots of current colors to choose from and I personally think this is the best part of a Pedicure! The down side of regular polish: it takes up to 6 hours to fully cure so you have to be careful when carrying on with the rest of your day. The polish typically lasts anywhere from 2-4 weeks, of course this depends if you go bare foot a lot in the Summer and how you treat your feet.

Shellac/Gelish Products will last much longer on your toes than regular nail polish. Shellac is cured under a light and dries instantly so you can go about your day/evening without any worry. Shellac polish is thinner than a regular Gel BUT…it typically lasts 4-6 weeks with out chipping.

Standard Gel Products like Bio sculpture is known as the “Cadillac” of all Gel products out there. Why? Well firstly it is applied a little thicker than Shellac/Gelish polishes and typically lasts at least 8-10 weeks with out chipping or lifting. (Of course the longevity all depends on how you treat your feet). And this product dries instantly as well. In fact you will most likely want to go back for another pedicure to pick a new nail color because your toe nails will have outgrown your Gel!

What ever option you choose, just choose one! Because there is nothing more unsightly then seeing a lady wearing pretty sandals with cracked heels and out grown toe nails.

TREAT YOUR FEET AND BOOK YOUR PEDICURE TODAY!


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