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Covid-19 Policy updated November 25, 2020

What do I need to provide?

You will need to provide a standard table, 2 chairs, access to water, & a socket if you've booked a shellac/gel treatment.

Do I need to book a removal?

When you book, please let me know if you have any gel polish on your hands or feet. It will also help if you know the brand, this way I can book the right amount of time for your treatment. 

What if I need to cancel?

Life, am-I-right? If you need to cancel and/or reschedule, please let me know ASAP or at least give me 24 hours notice, por favor.

How do I look after my shellac/gel to make sure it lasts?

Protect them AT ALL COSTS by...
- wearing gloves whilst washing up and cleaning
- massaging an oil or hand balm every day to keep your nails + cuticles moisturised
- DO NOT PICK the gel. If not removed properly, this can weaken the nail & totally ruin your nails even more! 

What if my shellac/gel polish chips?

Shellac/gel is designed to last up to 14 days, if looked after properly. If you find any chips in the first 5 days, please contact me and I will fix it for free. YAY

What form of payments do you take?

I am currently taking payments via bank transfer. 


Please let me know if you have any allergies and/or if you are pregnant.

Are gel lamps safe?

The UV exposure from gel lamps is fairly low, but if you're concerned about an increased risk of cancer it's best to apply sunscreen to your hands at least 30 minutes before your appointment. More can be read here: "Is your manicure safe?" | MD Anderson Cancer Center

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