Manicures and pedicures are spa treatments that leave your hands and feet feeling clean and soothed and you feeling pampered. Choosing the correct type of manicure and pedicure enhances your salon experience.
File and Paint 20min/ €15
Regular file and paint covers basic cut and file and base coat , colour and top coat application only .
Mini Refreshing Manicure 45min /€ 45
Regular manicures provide the most basic nail care at a salon. . Your fingernails are cleaned, clipped and filed. The nail technician moisturizes your hands and polishes your nails with a base coat, a main coat and top coat. During a regular manicure, you soak your hands in a warm bowl of water. The nail technician scrubs your hands to rid them of any dead skin or imperfections. The technician clips and files your nails and briefly massages your hands and arms before applying a soothing lotion. Your nails are painted with a base coat, main coat and top coat of polish.
French Refreshing Manicure 45min/ €47
The French manicure is chic and classic. Your hands are treated the same way as they are during a regular manicure . The technician applies a polish in a neutral translucent color such as a clear white or pale pink over the entire nail, followed by white polish on the tips of the nails. This style of manicure mimics and enhances the look of natural nails.
Deluxe Full Manicure 60min /€60
A spa manicure is a longer and more involved treatment for fingernails than the regular manicure. While it involves the same process as a regular manicure , the process finishes with an additional treatment a paraffin wax treatment involves dipping your hands in a warm paraffin wax solution, then covering your hands in plastic bags, and then in gloves. Treatment exfoliates your hands , leaving them soft and smooth.
Gellish Manicure 30min/ €30
A gel manicure involves a special polish that does not chip for at least two weeks. Your nails are clipped and filed, and hands a are moisturized as in a regular manicure. The gel polish is colored gel, which looks and goes on like regular polish. After each application of each coat -- base, main and top -- the nail technician puts your nails underneath a UV light to dry the gel, a process known as curing, for 30 second.Nails are completely dry after this process. The removal process can be done at home or at the salon and involves wrapping the nail in acetone using a special nail wrap or cotton ball soaked in acetone and secured with aluminum foil. After a few minutes, the polish is loosened and easily peeled off.