Book Appointment

Book an appointment using SetMore
Talent – desire and passion combined with a hint of innate abilities to beauty.
Talent – chęci i pasja połączona z nutką wrodzonych zdolności.

Services

Manicure

A manicure is a cosmetic beauty treatment for the hands and fingernails and has been around for almost 5000 years. The word “manicure” actually comes from the Latin manus, meaning “hand”, and cura meaning “care”. A standard manicure usually includes filing and shaping the nails and coating them with nail polish, as well as soaking and moisturising the hands.

However, there are also specialist manicures for just the hands, or just as a nail treatment. Some manicures can include artificial nails and/or nail art so it’s up to the individual to choose exactly what they’d prefer.

  • If you have weak nails and always wear nail polish, give your nails a rest and allow them time to breathe for a couple of days without polish – if you don’t they’ll just stay weak and probably turn a nasty shade of yellow.
  • If you file your nails between manicures, avoid filing the corners of your nails too much as this can weaken them.
  • Keep your nail polish in the fridge for when you need to touch up your colour (this will keep it at its best).
  • Re-apply a top coat after a week or so of having your nail manicure to prolong the polish.
  • Regularly moisturise your hands and cuticles to prevent them become dry and flaky.

PEDICURE

A pedicure is a cosmetic beauty treatment for the feet and toenails, and can also help to prevent nail diseases such as Athlete’s Foot, fungus and ingrown toenails. The word pedicure comes from the Latin word pes, meaning “foot”, and cura meaning “care”. The best pedicures not only make your toes beautiful, but also include lower leg and foot massages to totally revive your feet. Your feet should end up smooth and moisturised, and your toes perfectly shaped and polished – a pedicure is basically a manicure for the feet! As with manicures, you may also decide to have some nail art on your toes.

  • Start a home foot care regime – Regularly moisturise your feet to prevent them becoming dry, dehydrated and hard. Apply a generous amount of moisturiser before bed and wear a pair of socks overnight.
  • Invest in a home foot spa – this doesn’t need to be an expensive model, but somewhere to soak your feet when they are tired will do wonders for your stress levels!
  • If you file your nails between pedicures, avoid filing the corners of your nails too much as this can weaken them and perhaps even cause ingrown toenails.
  • If you have weak nails and always wear nail polish, give your nails a rest and allow them time to breathe for a couple of days without polish – if you don’t they’ll just stay weak and probably turn a nasty shade of yellow.
  • Keep your nail polish in the fridge for when you need to touch up your colour (this will keep it at its best).
  • Re-apply a top coat after a week or so of having your pedicure to prolong the polish.
  • If you want to give yourself a pedicure but are short on time or don’t have a foot spa, use a washing up bowl of warm water with any oils you like for the first stage and dip your toes in ice cold water after polishing them to speed up the hardening process.

My Work

Passion Beauty Salon

No images found!
Try some other hashtag or username

KRISS HAIR SALON
5a Church Lane OX16 5LR

Contact

Passion Beauty Salon

  • +44 7414 031313
  • passionbeautysalonewa@gmail.com

Contact Me

Close Menu