|Posted by NailsXpress on December 29, 2013 at 7:45 PM||comments (0)|
The week leading up to Christmas was my best, as I expected. Almost fully booked throughout.
People still wanted to book with me, even though I was away in Spain. I actually had to explain to one lady, that I would have to charge her the price of flying home and back to Spain and then the cost of her nails, if she really was going to demand my return! She eventually understood.
I worked until 7pm most evenings, 7.30pm another and then 8.30pm on Saturday before Ch...Read Full Post »
|Posted by NailsXpress on December 5, 2013 at 5:20 PM||comments (0)|
People ask many times, what is the difference between Gelish and Shelac.
Shelac is a power polish. It is basically a polish with gel which enables it to be set in a uv or led light. It is a chip resistant polish which is dry on completion of the treatment.
Gelish is a gel polish with colour added. It is stronger and more flexible than Shelac. It has a foundation layer which includes keratin. This helps the nails to strengthen and they certainly grow faster too. If you...Read Full Post »
|Posted by NailsXpress on July 1, 2013 at 7:15 PM||comments (0)|
Due to my house move, I have moved salons and as of tomorrow, Tuesday 2nd July 2013,
I am working within:-
Esteem Hair and Beauty Salon
I will be having some special offers available during the first month, so book early.
I am looking forward to meeting you all.
|Posted by NailsXpress on November 10, 2012 at 11:45 AM||comments (0)|
My clients are loving their spray tans. Make sure you all get booked in for your parties coming up.
|Posted by NailsXpress on January 9, 2012 at 2:10 PM||comments (0)|
Clients who've never been able to grow their own nails to any length are experiencing brilliant results with Gelish gel polishes.
Their popularity has grown so rapidly due to being an excellent and versatile product line. So many clients have noticed how much quicker their natural nails are growing and also the strength of them has improved.
So Gelish not only looks good but IS good for your nails.
Call now for your appointment.
I will be gla...Read Full Post »
|Posted by NailsXpress on January 2, 2012 at 12:10 PM||comments (0)|
A lot of you will probably have had acrylic enhancements or even UV Gel Polish applied to your nails over the Christmas period. Now is the time to be seeking your appointment for infills of your acrylics or a soak off and re-application of your UV Gel Polish. Please call now to secure your appointments.
If you dont want to wear your enhancements any more, please, please, do not try to remove them yourself. You will take three or four layers of your own natural nail by ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by NailsXpress on October 24, 2011 at 2:50 PM||comments (0)|
Gelish has arrived. Gelish comes in a array of colours, applies just like polish and cures (sets) in a uv lamp. Gelish stays on for up to 3 weeks with no chipping or peeling like traditional polish and removal (soak-off) takes only 15 minutes. There is a foundation layer which is a new technology for gel adhesion. It bonds with the keratin in your natural nail so helps to strengthen your nails. Gelish is also flexible so for those people who have thin or fl...Read Full Post »
|Posted by NailsXpress on January 10, 2011 at 9:45 AM||comments (0)|
Minx is one of the latest nail products from America. All the stars have used Minx. You will see them on Beyonce a lot, especially in her videos as well as Lady Ga Ga of course. Victoria Beckham, Pink and Rhianna have also worn them. Look out for them on their videos or photo shoots.
SO, WHAT IS MINX?
Minx is a waterproof nail coating which is applied directly over the natural nail or enhancement using an infra-red lamp. ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by NailsXpress on January 3, 2010 at 11:10 AM||comments (0)|
Always ensure you are using a safe Salon or Nail Technician. A chemical called MMA is very bad for your nails. A good technician would only use EMA. An explanation of this follows:
MMA is an abbreviation for a chemical also known as MethaMethacrylate. This substance in its liquid form when mixed with acrylic powder goes through a chemical process called polymerization resulting in an extremely rigid nail enhancement. This rigidity can cause major trauma to...Read Full Post »
|Posted by NailsXpress on August 20, 2008 at 7:14 AM||comments (0)|
Do you have a nail condition? Onycholiosis is not as uncommon as you may think (it where the nail seperates from the nail bed). There is treatment available for it. Some people have put up with it for years, thinking there is nothing they can do. There is no need. See your doctor and get treatment. Have beautiful nails again.
In the meantime, keep your hands dry, wear gloves when washing up etc. Apply hand cream and cuticle oils with vitamins ...Read Full Post »