A DNS nail technician will apply a cream, oil, or lotion to the cuticles first, and place the hands into a dish of warm water for about five minutes to soak. After the soaking process is over and the cuticles have been tamed, the technician will dry the hand, and ask what nails and length you prefer. You can choose from square, oval, squoval (a combination of square and oval), or the popular stiletto shape.
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.
Dip Powder provides a dipping system that is natural and healthy to your real nails! Dip Powder is a far lighter, more natural covering for the nails. Customers are astonished to find that within weeks of beginning to use dip powder, their nails are becoming stronger and healthier.
A DNS technician will soak your feet in warm, scented water for a period of time. Rough calluses are then sloughed away with a pumice stone, and the toenails are trimmed and filed. Moisturizer is applied during a foot massage followed by hot stones and hot towels. Polish is then applied to the toenails.
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