- Why don’t we use the razor blades when doing a pedicure?
- Is it ok if I shave my legs right before I get a pedicure?
- How do you clean your pedicure chairs?
- How often should I get a Manicure?
- How often should I get a pedicure?
- What type of client is Gel Polish best for?
- How long does it take for Gel Polish to dry?
- Is there any odor to Gel Manicure?
- Will soaps or other personal grooming products affect the wearability of Gel Manicure?
- Are there any negative side effects of the frequency of removal with Gel Manicure?
- Does the Nail Technician have to file the shine from the natural nail prior to application of Gel Manicure?
- What happens if I (the client) peels off the Gel Manicure?
- Why should I take the time to have my nails professionally manicured?
- How long will a basic manicure or pedicure last?
- What are the main advantages of gel nails?
- Will my natural nails continue to grow under the gel nails?
- How are gel nail applications maintained?
- What are gel nails? How do they differ from Acrylic Nails?
- What is a “Pink and White” and a “Back Fill” nail service?
- Why do nails split or become yellow?
- How can I do touch-ups and repairs on my nails at home?
- What is a Gel Manicure?
Why don’t we use the razor blades when doing a pedicure?
It is illegal in the state of New Jersey for Nail Tech’s to use them. A Podiatrist is trained in using these blades. They also can transmit disease if not properly sanitized.Back to Index
Is it ok if I shave my legs right before I get a pedicure?
It is best not to shave your legs right before a pedicure. The scrubs used can cause an irritation and sometimes burn. When we shave we microscopy cut ourselves so if you are at a salon that you aren’t 100% sure about the way they clean the pedicure tub you could be introducing bacteria into your system. It is best that you shave AFTER you pedicure. We don’t mind, I promise, plus after your pedicure, you will get a closer shave. But if you insist on shaving before, do it at least 24hours prior.Back to Index
How do you clean your pedicure chairs?
After Every Pedicure
Debris is removed
Tub scrubbed with hot water and soap
Spray tub and chair with Hospital Grade EPA Disinfectant
At end of the Day
Remove screen clean
Run hot soapy water in tub for 5-min
Spray tub and chair with Hospital Grade EPA Disinfectant
Every 2 weeks
Run Bleach water in tub for 10-15 min
Let’s set in tub over night
How often should I get a Manicure?
Every 1 – 2 weeksBack to Index
How often should I get a pedicure?
Every 2 – 4 weeksBack to Index
What type of client is Gel Polish best for?
All types, but specifically geared toward the natural nail client.Back to Index
How long does it take for Gel Polish to dry?
There is no drying time. Once the manicurist is done the client is dry and may do ANYTHING needed.Back to Index
Is there any odor to Gel Manicure?
A slight odor may be noticeable upon application but not as strong as nail polish. After curing in the lamp, residual odor does not remain.Back to Index
Will soaps or other personal grooming products affect the wearability of Gel Manicure?
No, Shellac was developed and tested to withstand the rigors of daily wear.Back to Index
Are there any negative side effects of the frequency of removal with Gel Manicure?
No, not as long as the system is being used correctly.Back to Index
Does the Nail Technician have to file the shine from the natural nail prior to application of Gel Manicure?
No, roughing the nail surface is not necessary and can damage the natural nail.Back to Index
What happens if I (the client) peels off the Gel Manicure?
It will damage the natural nail.Back to Index
Why should I take the time to have my nails professionally manicured?
Beautiful, well-groomed nails are an important part of your overall look. Attractive nails and hands enhance your appearance, whether you spend your days in a kitchen or in a boardroom. A basic manicure takes between 20-25 minutes. Gels average about half an hour to an hour. The cost is quite reasonable, and the results are well worth it.Back to Index
How long will a basic manicure or pedicure last?
A basic manicure or pedicure will last one to two weeks, depending on your lifestyle and the type of service you’ve had. If, for example, you work in the garden without gloves, your manicure probably won’t last long.
Gels maintain their fresh appearance much longer. Polish between visits can be used but is not necessary.Back to Index
What are the main advantages of gel nails?
For people who have a tendency to bite or pick at their nails, there is a 90 percent success rate of stopping with artificial nail applications. There are two reasons for this:
First, people are less likely to ruin something they’ve spent time and money on.
Secondly, nail biters are generally inspired by having beautiful hands for the first time in their lives.
Will my natural nails continue to grow under the gel nails?
Yes. At Heavenly Nails we use good products and apply and maintain them correctly.
Gel nails can actually improve the health of your natural nails by protecting them from biting, picking, excess moisture and other elements that can weaken or damage them.Back to Index
How are gel nail applications maintained?
After several weeks your nail technician will fill in the area near the cuticle between where the natural nail has grown and where the gel nail is attached. This “fill” includes re-sanitizing and re-applying the gel where it has grown out.Back to Index
What are gel nails? How do they differ from Acrylic Nails?
Gels and Acrylic Nails are similar in that they both can be used to extend the length of the nails and make them stronger. Several advantages of the gel nails service is that they are odorless, no need for acid, more flexible, bond naturally, don’t lift, don’t damage your natural nails like the acrylic nails, and stay very shiny between visits. Gels nails can be applied over the natural nails.Back to Index
What is a “Pink and White” and a “Back Fill” nail service?
“Pink and White” refers to the use of two colors of acrylic applied to the nails to produce a more permanent, natural-looking “French” manicure look.
A “back-fill” refers to the addition of “drilling” off the white portion of the nail product and applying new white nail product to the area drilled off.
Because of the crystal clear nature of gels, these services are almost obsolete. The natural color of the nail shines through. “White” or “Soft White” gel is used on the tip to enhance the natural tip color. The white is removed with each fill by simple filing and new gel is repainted. It is coated with a strong shiny finish that does not wear off.Back to Index
Why do nails split or become yellow?
For natural nails, excessive exposure to the elements or chemicals, poor diet, nail biting and other habits can be the cause.
CND Gel, OPI, Shellac,Gelish,…, products don’t yellow. We’re finding that poor quality gel polishes break down and yellow, which is why we don’t use them. Any splitting around the tip can be the result of using your nail as a tool. Some new habits may need to be formed.Back to Index
How can I do touch-ups and repairs on my nails at home?
The great thing about Heavenly Nail’s Gel Nails is there will rarely be a need!!!
If your nails become too long before your next appointment with your nail technician, simply shorten your nails by using a 240-grit file. NEVER use nail clippers.Back to Index
What is a Gel Manicure?
With a Gel Manicure, we use a flexible gel lacquer that is cured in a UV lamp.
Gel polish is applied without roughing up the natural nail. Gel lacquer is applied similarly to traditional nail polish but each layer is cured under the light. No length can be added but a uniform faux length can be painted on with a French manicure. Gel polish comes in hundreds colors. It is removed by wrapping in foil 2-3 weeks later.
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