Sunday, May 16, 2010

UV Cure Gel Nail Polish: A Dream Come True For Manicure Clients!

Nail polish lovers: How many times have you wished it didn't take so long for your polish to dry? How many times have you waited patiently for it to dry, only to smudge, scratch or get "sheet mark" imprints on it within the first hour? How many times have you wished it would stay on for more than a few days without chipping or peeling?

Your wish is my command!
Some brilliant people found a way to make a hybrid nail polish using UV gel technology. A million nail techs are kicking themselves right now for not thinking of this first. Here are the specifics about this professional-only nail polish hybrid:
It doesn't air-dry like regular nail polish. It cures for a couple minutes under a UV lamp. Once your hand is removed from the lamp, the polish is completely dry and ultra-shiny. It is guaranteed to wear on natural nails--yes, natural nails--for 14+ days! My clients are wearing it successfully for even longer than that. This new hybrid nail polish cannot be taken off with polish remover. It is removed by a simple 10 minute acetone nail wrapping procedure at your nail salon. There is no "catch" or down-side to this new nail polish service. Your nails will not be roughed up or acid-primed before application and removal is gentle and completely non-damaging to the nail. The polish is light-weight and has a slight rubbery feel to it. It will even flex with your nails when they get wet (perfect for hair stylists)! It protects your nails and therefore promotes nail growth. This is truly an answer to prayer for frustrated nail polish wearers!

I am now offering this new service at my salon! I currently have 12 Nail Harmony Gelish colors and 28 CND Shellac colors to choose from. I plan to acquire more colors as soon as possible.

My prices are affordable. Add $10 to any of my natural nail services or $6 to any artificial nail enhancement service. Just call and ask for Shellac! Please be advised that I frequently book up as far as 2 weeks in advance. My service price list is here, just click on the photo to enlarge: http://diaryofamanicurist.blogspot.com/2010/02/my-new-salon-service-menu.html



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