A pedicure is a treatment for tired aching feet, rough heels and out of shape nails and dried cuticles.
We will treat your feet in a foot bath with warm water filled with bubbles. We will then file and shape your nails clean your cuticles place your feet back into the foot bath. We will then use a creamy foot scrub which has the ingredients of plum and peppermint invigorates your feet while exfoliating the rough, dry patches on soles and heels. This foot scrub also has tea tree oil which soothes and relaxes tired feet.
Once all cleaned we massage your feet and legs with oil which is quite relaxing.
Heal 4 Heel- Miracle Callus Peel
Don’t just dream about pretty feet, simply Callus removes just like orange peel.
Fed up of hard heels then why not try this miracle callus peel yes it actually works.
Your hands and nails are a very important part of your body as they help protect the ends of the fingers and toes.
A manicure is essential to keep your hand and nails looking fresh. Filed nails look so nice and a French tip looks even better classy.
Same as a pedicure your nails are filed, cuticles cleaned, a scrub is preformed and a nice relaxing hand and arm massage.
Then a base coat 2 layers of polish and a top coat.
Nail extension / Acrylic
Are you fed up of small nails that split or break as they start growing and as you start getting happy? Then why not try Nail Extension? They will enhance your hand make you look more feminine. These extensions last between 3-4 weeks depending on how you care for them. After this time you can either have in-fills done or remove the nails and see a difference as your own nails would have grown.
To make them look even better why not try nail art give your nails a bit of colour with design. We also have coloured tips to enhance your nails.
Shellac – The New Non Chip Gel Polish
The term shellac refers to a style of nail gel, not a specific brand. All shellac products regardless of producer are the same in that they are a hybrid of nail polish and UV gel with the extracts same ingredients.
The features of this gel polish are that;
- It’s a 14 day high gloss wear mirror finish
- Zero dry time
- No nick, no chips or smudges
- Featuring UV3 technology on the polish wears like a gel on in a minute
Provides a revolutionary new colour service for nails.
Gel Polish Non Chip – are you fed up of your breaking nails, fed up of acrylic nails? Why not try the new gel non chip gel polish which goes on like a polish but won’t chip and after the treatment the polish looks shiny with a hard coat.
A treatment worth getting done. Clients swear by it they will never go back to extensions as this polish, as said wont chip it actually grows out with you nails without damaging your nail plate. The polish is removed with a gel polish remover and generally used after a manicure or pedicure.
Gels vs. Acrylic Nails?
Which are better, gel nails or acrylic nails? Each has its own pros and cons, and knowing a bit about what they are can help you decide which style you might prefer. For people who are tired of all the work that comes with trying to maintain a nice-looking natural set of nails, one of these techniques may be the perfect solution.
Acrylic nails have been around for a very long time and are quite popular. Most nail salons offer them, and many nail technicians at salons have a lot of experience working with this type of artificial nail. That said, they can also be a bit unnatural looking if applied incorrectly or in a hurry.
Gel nails have been around nearly as long as acrylic nails, especially in Europe, they have only become common in recent years. This means that not as many places will offer the technique, so it may be a bit harder to find nail technicians who have experience with nails.
Gel nails do not require the same type of strong-smelling chemicals to apply or remove. This type of nail is also thinner and more flexible than its acrylic counterpart and may be a better choice for women with thin, soft nail beds.
The difference between acrylics and gels is in the product makeup: acrylic nails are made by dipping a brush into a liquid (called monomer) and then placing the wet brush in a powder (called polymer) and making a ball of product that is then placed on the nail bed and patted into place. The product is allowed to cure for a few minutes before filing, but the curing process continues over the next 48 hours. Gel products are pre-mixed and are in an actual “gel” form. A brush is used to pick up a portion of gel and place it on the nail bed and then it is brushed and coaxed into position, then the finger is placed in a low-wattage UV light to cure the gel. Once it is removed from the light, it is fully cured.
Gel products come in many colours. Using coloured products can eliminate polishing the nail enhancement, allowing you to leave the salon without fear of smudges. A popular choice is having a nude, clear or pink-tinted colour on the nail bed, with white collared product on the tip, simulating a “French” manicure. This process is often referred to as “Pink and Whites” or “French Tips.” Of course, both acrylics and gels may be polished with a traditional nail polish.
Both gel nails and acrylic nails have their advantages and disadvantages. Choosing which type of nail to go with depends on a number of factors, including the amount of time and money you want to spend, how hard you want to look for a qualified salon and what look you are trying to achieve.