The average person takes 8,000 to 10,000 steps a day. All of that can really take a toll on your feet, which is why you should take that time to get a pedicure. Even if you’re thinking, “my feet look fine!”, getting pedicures is not purely for aesthetics. Here are five health benefits to getting pedicures regularly. Remove Calluses/dead skin – Calluses and dead skin on your feet are not only unappealing, but if you ignore them they can become infected! Detects Nail Disease/Infections – The more frequent you take care of your feet, the more you know your feet. In turn, you will notice abnormalities quick if you.
Tired of being out of the loop? Let us help you get ahead of the curve! Here are 7 nail trends that you will definitely want to try for Spring 2018! Make an appointment or walk-ins welcome. Don’t forget about our current promotion: FREE manicures with Indulgent pedicures (by appointment! #1 These Mirror Chrome nails are EVERYTHING and great for any time of year! They are blinding in that Spring sunlight! #2 Solid colors with glitter tips is the perfect nail design for Monday at work AND Saturday night out! #3 A bold color with a little glitter screams “SPRING BREAK” even in February! #4 Not a fan of bright.
WHEN I DIP, YOU DIP, WE DIP! 💅💅💅 Nail Theory is now running a promotion offering Dip Powder manicures! We have an array of colors fit for any mood, occasion, or style! Why should you try Dip Powder? Dip powder is hybrid of gel polish and acrylic. Dipped nails are more natural looking than acrylic and last longer than gel manicures! *Dip Powder promo is by appointment only*
When the first brand came out with the No Chip Gel Manicure, they branded the concept with the name Shellac. This essentially helped them stand out from other brands. CND (Creative Nail Designs) was this brand, naming their own line of “gel polish” shellac. But what’s the difference between the Shellac polish by CND and the “gel” polishes created by brands like OPI & Gelish/Harmony? Basically there isn’t a difference, besides other companies using a more generic name for the polish and technique (Gel). They are both made to last around 14 days and are both cured under a UV or LED lamp. The process for application.
We have all seen the newest trend when we’re out, thick full brows! If you were part of the thin eyebrow trend years ago, you’re probably having trouble getting the full brows you want, which we understand. There are no many ways to map out and carve out even the thinnest brows. The above photo is about the simplest way to fill in brows, if you already have your desired shape and just have some sparser spots in your brows. But we will also show you what to do if you don’t have much hair on your brows, of the desired shape. Here is the best way to find where.
We know you’ve probably heard of this makeup technique, if you’ve ever seen stars like Kim K and her sisters, you’ve seen it in action. But for people who don’t have a professional make up artist to do their make up everyday, is it achievable? We think so! We’ve gathered up some tips and picture to show you how to achieve the contoured look, whether you’re going natural or more chiseled, we can help you! Our first tip? Watch it in action, there are so many amazing makeup artists with youtube channels who go into depth on how to find and create your contour, as well as their favorite products..
We always recommend a gel polish for the lasting shine and longer wear for women we know are rough on their hands or don’t want the hassle of coming back every couple of days for a new coat of regular polish because their nails have chipped. But for those of us who still like the feel and ease of regular nail polish (being able to take it off with ease and repaint them yourself when ours chips) You wonder what you can do to help make it last just a little longer. First thing you can do to help make your polish last when you do it at home is.
From the company who started the Gel or Shellac craze, has come a new treatment for weak and brittle natural nails. The RescueRXx Daily Keratin Treatment! This Product contains Jojoba oil and keratin proteins that bond to your natural nail to help strengthen and protect them. It also has sweet almond oil to nourish the cuticles and skin around the nails as well as your natural nail. It helps to reduce the “white spots” you see on your nails when they are damaged or brittle from acrylic removal, improper care or the dry harsh weather. So How do you use it? It is recommended that you apply the product to.
Thinking of getting a wax with your esthetician, or at your local nail salon? If you’re using an oral or topic Acne Medication you might want to rethink it! Many of us have either experience or had a friend tell us that they got “burned” from getting a wax. This typically is red and shiny, then tends to scab a couple days later. It may look like a burn, but it’s actually not. This mark is often caused because you are using an acne medication, being a cream or a pill it still effects your skin and the way you wax. These medications cause the creation of new skin to.
Have you been thinking about getting artificial nails but don’t know what kind would be best for you? or just have a few questions about the products? We are here to answer all your nail questions! Artificial nails began in ancient egypt, when women would fashion them onto their nails using ivory, these were used to make the women look wealthy and were held as a symbol of beauty, for those of them with higher status. From there the concept caught fire in Greece where women would glue pistachio shells to their nails to give off the illusion of these artificial and perfect long nails. As the concept traveled women.