FAQ

Q – how long does "no chip manicure" stays on the nails?

It depends on the manufacture of the product and experience of nail tech, but in our experience 99% of our clientele keep it on for at least 2-3 weeks and we had some people keep it on as long as 5 weeks.

Q – Is this bad for the nails?

Some product used is more drying for the nails, then other. It helps to interview your nail tech
and ask educated questions like is there any recommendations while keeping "no chip manicure"
on?

Q – what is the difference between regular manicure and "no chip manicure"?

There is completely different product used for "no chip manicure", it requires curing time under
LED lamp

Q – Can I get French "no chip manicure"?

Yes

Q – What is the best way to care for dry skin?

Bar soaps are usually not a good idea instead use good moisturizing face wash. Do not over wash or scrub too vigorously, nighttime mask or other over-night moisturizing treatment would be a great way to end the day.

Q – I have large pores, what is the best thing for me?

Large pores created in two ways and usually present anywhere like nose, face or facial skin. The first is through aggressive squeezing of blackheads and whiteheads, which stretches the pore. The second is heavy sebum production. When the sebaceous gland produces large volumes of sebum, the pore is forced to expand to release the oil and is therefore enlarged.
The best you can do is keep pores debris-free with thorough cleansing, exfoliation, masks and professional facials – all will help make pores appear smaller, soften acne scars . Hydrating sun damage or mature skin helps to improve elasticity, minimize wrinkles.

Q – I am 48 years old and have pretty good skin. What other treatments would be beneficial for me?

There are many more treatments that will blow you away with results without spending whole lot of money,we welcome you for complimentory consultation