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Preparing for Your Manicure: 8 Tips

14 Jul Posted by in Blog, Manicure, Nail Care | Comments Off on Preparing for Your Manicure: 8 Tips

professionalmanicureA manicure is a relaxing treatment that not only makes your nails look awesome, it helps your hands feel nice. Your nail technician will perform your manicure for you and she will use any color nail polish that you would like. This means that you can match your outfit to your nails for that special big event you planned on attending. Preparing to get a manicure is one way to help you get ready for your big day at the spa.

1. Bring your choice of nail polish color with you. If you bring in your own bottle of nail polish, your nail technician will apply it to your nails for you. This allows you to touch up at home if for some reason you chip the polish. If you choose a color in-spa then you may not have the same color at home to do a touchup.

2. Choosing simple designs is best. Although you may want to go all out and get a design and squiggles, it is recommended that you choose something simple to keep it light. This will also guarantee that your color and design matches with everything you choose.

3. Before you go into the nail salon, remove polish. You can allow your nail technician to remove old polish for you, but if you are on a schedule or want to get straight to the massage and color, consider removing your polish at home first.

4. Being on time for your manicure is important. If you have an appointment to get your manicure done, arrive early. If you show up late, other people may be seen before you as they have booked appointments as well. Just because you are running late does not mean that everyone will accommodate you.

5. Always tip your nail technician. It is customary to tip your nail technician so you can be prepared by having your tip money ready beforehand. This also prevents you from having to pull out your wallet and scuff your nails.

6. Dress comfortably the day you get your manicure. This ensures that you will not be fiddling with buttons and zippers which can chip your polish.

7. Schedule your activities far enough out. A manicure can last anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour and a half depending on what is being done, etc. Always plan your activities a few hours after your appointment and plan on being at the nail facility for at least 2 hours to give you enough time.

8. Choose your nail polish color before your appointment. You can choose your color from the nail facility but you should choose it prior to your appointment so you are not standing there trying to choose and cutting into your appointment time.

Getting a manicure is fun and it will help keep your nails healthy and your skin soft. Stop by your local spa facility and have a manicure performed.