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Enhance your life with a weekly manicure and pedicure treatment. We are dedicated to the art of Beauty and Wellness. You will find resources with modern sanitation systems, equipment and private rooms for waxing, facials, and tanning. Experience the combination of luxury and elegance. Come to be pampered!

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Providing Services for….
  • Full Set
  • Fill
  • Manicure
  • Pedicure
  • Nail Remove
  • Nail Design
  • Air Brush Design
  • Silk Wrap
  • Gel Wrap
  • Silk Fill
  • Gel Fill
  • Cut Down & Repair
  • Coating
  • Gel Coating
  • Polish Change
  • French Manicure
  • Waxing
  • Eyebrow Arching
  • Lip
  • Chin
  • Back
  • Full Face
  • Under Arm
  • Full Arm
  • Full Leg
  • Toes
  • Bikini
  • Facials
Also Available:
  • Personal skin analysis
  • Deep pore cleansing
  • Toning
  • Exfoliation
  • Facial masque re-hydrating treatment
  • Relaxing massage of the face, neck, shoulders, hands and feet.
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  • Nail salon
  • Nail art
  • Nail polish
  • Nail care
  • Acrylic nail
  • Nail design
  • Gel nail
  • Nail spa
  • Nail art design
  • Nail technician
  • Manicure nail
  • Pedicures
  • Polish salon
  • Nail tip
  • Pro nail
  • Creative nail
  • Creative nail design
  • Nail polish
  • Painting nail
  • Nail file
  • Nail extension
  • French nail
  • Nail care product
  • Painted nail
  • Nail shop
  • Nail product
  • Acrylic nail supply
  • Hair and nail
  • Manicure pedicures
  • French manicure
  • Manicure set
  • Manicure and pedicure
  • Manicure kit
  • Manicure instrument
  • Manicure salon
  • One-minute manicure
  • Nail manicure
  • Home manicure
  • Manicure supply
  • Manicure equipment
  • French tip manicure
  • Manicure beauty fitness
  • Man manicure
  • Manicure tool
  • Spa manicure
  • Type of manicure
  • French manicure nail
  • Gel manicure
  • Hand manicure
  • Silk wrap nail manicure
  • Man manicure set
  • Manicure pedicure set
  • Manicure tip
  • French manicure design

A manicure is a cosmetic beauty treatment for the fingernails and hands. A manicure can treat just the hands, just the nails, or both. A standard manicure usually includes filing and shaping of the nails and the application of polish. Treatments for hands usually include soaking in a softening substance and application of hand lotion.

Manicure tools and supplies…
Bowl of warm water or finger bath
Cuticle pusher/Hoof stick
Nail file/emery board, buffer, scissors and brush
Cuticle remover, oil and cream
Nail polish / Base coat polish
Topcoat or sealant

French Manicure…
A natural pink base nail with white tips characterizes French manicures. It resembles a natural nail. The tips of the nail are painted white while the rest of the nail is polished in a pink or a suitable nude shade.

Hot oil manicure…
A hot oil manicure is a specific type of manicure that cleans the cuticles and softens them with oil. This style of manicure is popular with male clients.

Paraffin treatments…
This is meant to impart heat to the hand for the purposes of relaxing the skin and making it better able to absorb lotion, which is sometimes rubbed on the hand before submersion into the paraffin. The hand is usually dipped more than once to allow a thicker wax coat to form, making the coating stay warm for longer and less likely to break or tear prematurely. They are wrapped, and then covered with cloth to retain warmth.

There are two main approaches to creating artificial nails—tips and forms. Tips are made of lightweight plastic plates that are "nail" shaped. They are glued on the end of the natural nail and acrylic is then applied over the entire nail. Forms are fit under the nail and then an artificial nail is molded out of acrylic and the form is removed and then properly shaped and buffed to a shine. There are several popular techniques that can be used to create longer more perfect looking nail enhancements.

A mixture of a polymer powder and a liquid monomer. The mixture starts to harden in 30–40 seconds after application and continues to cure to final hardness typically for more than an hour. Powder and liquid acrylics can be removed in 20 minutes using a variety of solvents. Acrylic nail powders are available in a variety of colors and can use "special effects" such as contours, sparkles and the very popular French Manicure.

UV Gel…
Another material, commonly called "UV gel", under ultraviolet light. Depending on brand these can show a broader variety of quality and properties (flexibility, strength, etc.) but may be but more expensive. They generally cannot be removed by organic solvents, but only be removed by filing (or left to grow out with the natural nail).

Silk Wraps…
Another popular alternative to acrylic or gel preparations are Fiberglass or Silk wraps. They are done by cutting pieces of actual fiberglass or silk fabric to fit on the surface of the nail or tip and then it is sealed down with a resin or glue. These are a possible alternative for those who are allergic to chemicals used in the acrylic or gel process. Other materials can be used, as well as combinations of them. There are also temporary, cheaper flexible tips that can be quickly glued at home without help from a professional.

A pedicure is a way to improve the appearance of the feet, and their nails. It basically is a manicure for the feet. The word pedicure comes form the Latin words pes, which means foot, and cura, which means care. It also means the care of the feet and toenails. A pedicure can be helpful because it can prevent nail diseases and nail disorders.

Foot Massage…
Feet, leg, hand, and arm massages are an important part of pedicures and manicures. This technique helps to relax the person having the treatment. Foot reflexology has been widely used while giving the foot massage. Practitioners may also massage with hot stones in their hands, and use special creams that have menthol in them and which are said to help rejuvenate the foot.

Exfoliation is a cosmetic technique aimed at improving skin's appearance by removing dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. Removing excess dead skin cells can reveal the younger and healthier-looking skin underneath. Exfoliation is also designed to aid rejuvenation of the skin and prevent undesirable conditions such as acne scarring or ingrown hairs. Exfoliation is most often achieved through either mechanical or chemical methods.

Mechanical Exfoliation…
Mechanical exfoliants include micro-bead facial scrubs, crushed almond shells, sugar or salt crystals, pumice, and abrasive cloths. These facial scrubs are generally available in over-the-counter products and applied by the user.

Chemical Exfoliation…
Chemical exfoliants include scrubs containing salicylic acid, glycolic acid, fruit enzymes, citric acid, or malic acid which may be applied in high concentrations by a dermatologist, or in lower concentrations in over-the-counter products.

Dermabrasion and Microdermabrasion…
Dermabrasion and Microdermabrasion are both extreme cases of exfoliation where the surface layer of skin is removed as if by sanding. It is important to only exfoliate skin twice a week, unless it is a daily exfoliator. Be gentle with the skin, do not press down hard, lightly stroke it across the face. Use a gentle exfoliation with smaller grains to prevent irritation, never exfoliate straight after shaving, however it is benefical to exfoliate the beard to prevent in-grown hairs and it also lifts the beards up, providing a closer shave.

A facial is a cosmetic treatment of the face, commonly involving a variety of skin treatments, grooming steps and deep cleansing of the face by various means including: steam, exfoliation, extraction, creams, lotions, masks, peels, and massage. Normally performed in a beauty salon but it is also a common spa treatment.

Tools used in facial treatments…
facial steamer
magnifying lamp
galvanic current
antiseptic lotion
cleansers and make-up removers
massage cream or lubricating oil
facial masks
sun protection products
tonic lotions
skin exfoliators/peels


Keratin - a tough protein of which fingernails and toenails are made.

Eponychium or cuticle - is the fold of skin at the proximal end of the nail.

Paronychium - is the fold of skin on the sides of the nail.

Hyponychium - is the attachment between the skin of the finger or toe and the distal end of the nail.

Nail plate - is what we think of when we say nail, the hard and translucent portion, composed of keratin.

Nail bed - is the adherent connective tissue that underlies the nail.

Lunula - is the crescent shaped whitish area of the nail bed (when visible)

Nail fold - a fold of hard skin overlapping the base and sides of a fingernail or toenail.

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