Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! Tipping is a standard practice in nail salons and spas. When it comes to tips, the standard is anywhere from 15-20%. Some customers will tip more if they were given a low cost service and their gratuity would otherwise be less than two dollars.
Our nail technicians can remove your old polish for you during your pedicure appointment, but if you decide to remove your own make sure you use a rubber cuticle pusher or manicure stick to gently push back your cuticles. Then, make sure to remove polish regularly using non-acetone nail polish remover. Gel nail polish should be removed professionally in the salon.
You absolutely MUST avoid pedicures if you have an infection of the skin or nails. It's highly contagious, and will spread to others at the salon.
When you shave your legs before getting a pedicure, it can actually lead to more problems than just being uncomfortable. The truth is that most nail salon workers don’t care if there's hair on the skin in front of them since they're focusing their efforts elsewhere—and shaving creates open pores which are susceptible during this time period when germs love nothing better than taking advantage!
A professional pedicure is the perfect way to keep your feet healthy and happy! You should schedule one every 4-6 weeks for best results. A session lasts about an hour, during which time a trained therapist Exfoliates dead skin cells from each individual toe before applying lotion or paint in order to preserve moisture (a common cause of dryness).
Nail enhancements and extensions require a qualified technician in order to avoid damage. Nail enhancements and extensions should be treated with care to avoid damaging your nails. Be aware that over drilling and over filing can all cause problems including thin, weak and sore nails. The right preparation, removal process as well as appropriate aftercare will make sure that all services leave healthy fingers for you!
Gel polish is a great way to get long-lasting nails without having them chip anytime soon. That being said, it’s important not to forget to schedule your manicure after two or three weeks so that you don't damage either the top layer of skin on our fingers (which contains nerves) or its surrounding tissue. If you find yourself away from your professional manicurist for too long, apply some good old fashioned moisturizing cream each night before bed - this will keep cuticles happy plus help prevent any dryness caused by constant exposure outside.
Waxing can leave your eyebrows and other areas looking neat and clean for weeks! The best part is that it only takes one session to do the job, so you won't have an issue bothering with them again soon. The results depend on how long a person's re-growth period lasts; however in most cases hair growth should be minimal during week 1 or 2 time frame before popping up around Week 3 onwards.
It may take up to three waxing treatments to achieve smooth skin due to the fact that hair grows in stages and all of your hair is never at the same stage. It is very important to avoid shaving between waxing appointments, as this will interrupt the process and stimulate the hair growth again.
The procedure is not without some discomfort, but most people find it quite tolerable. Our technicians work quickly and because of our special technique the discomfort melts away within minutes.
You should wait 3-4 weeks to have your hair styled. It can take time for each cycle to grow out and you will likely not get the desired result if you come in sooner than that!
The Brazilian, or Brazilian Body Wax has been around since cultures began wearing bikinis and it's popularity is skyrocketing. The removal of hair from the front pubic area and bottom can leave you with just a strip or two, sometimes referred to as landing strips in America - but regardless they're always beautiful!