Brazilian Manicure & Pedicure
Many Brazilian women who are living in S.A, miss the “Brazilian Way” manicures when they head to their local Beauty Salon. The difference between a Brazilian style manicure and the normal one, is that after soaking your hands in water and then rubbed with cream, part of the cuticles are removed to make the surface of the nail completely flat. Another important difference is instead of applying polish only to the nail, it is painted on the surrounding skin area to ensure the polish coats the edge of the nail bed to make the manicure last longer.
Treat your feet as they deserve, with a pedicure.
The feet carry our body’s all day, yet we still give them less attention than any other area of our body. They stay hidden most of the time, and we sadly forget about them. They are only noticed when we put on sandals, slippers or open shoes and repair the badly cut nails or dry skin.
Besides this not being a look you want to display, the lack of foot care can lead to health problems that can worsen with time. It is therefore very important to consult a professional, ideally 2 times a month, to get good treatment for the feet, the nails, and the sole.
You deserve your nails looking glamorous always.
There is not a woman, especially among the Brazilian’s, who does not like to look at your nails and see them beautiful and well-looked after. Even the least conceited women can not deny it is a great feeling to show hands looking amazing, whether at work or in your personal life.
Acrylic nails are the most popular of artificial nails and have held that place since the 1970’s. The general process of having acrylic nails done goes like this. An artificial nail is applied to your nail bed (usually sculpted beforehand to suit your nails) before being glued to it with liquid acrylic and powder. Usually it is glued to the tips of nails instead the whole nail bed. The result is a hard protective layer that can be used as a canvas if you wish to colour your nails.
Gelish or Shellac are a great option for you!
Why would you have this type of manicure or pedicure? Well – due to the fact that it doesn’t chip or smudge makes it is more low maintenance during the first 2 to 3 weeks.