Hello New Nails!
If you have had length added to your nails, you may need to adapt the way you do everyday things – for example, using your knuckle press switches & buttons. It is also worth bearing in mind that if your new nails are longer than before, you may not be able to press things with the end of your finger; it will be your new enhanced nail that comes into contact first!
If you do have an accident and crack or break one or more of your enhancements, give us a call and we can book you in for a repair if needed.
Wear gloves when washing up to avoid exposing the nails to long periods of time in water.
Avoid prolonged exposure to water (hot tubs for example) as the natural nail will soften and may pull away from the gel overlay.
Wear gloves for any chores that involve using your hands. Treat you nails like jewels, not tools!
A rebalance is recommended every 2-3 weeks to protect the health of your natural nail and maintain the longevity of the service. A regular maintenance schedule with re-establish proper balance and beauty of the nail. Spreading your appointments too far apart may result in service breakdown leading to breakages and chipping.
If you experience any problems while wearing your enhancements, we ask that you let us know as soon as possible and we will do our upmost to resolve any issues you may have.
If you remove your nail/s yourself before we have chance to see them, there is unfortunately nothing that we can do in that situation.
Please note, all repairs will occur a charge after 48hrs.