This is the most common type of manicure and typically includes soaking the hands in soapy water, shaping the nails, cuticle care, hand massage, and applying nail polish.
Characterized by a natural-looking pink or beige base color with white tips, the French manicure is elegant and timeless. It gives the illusion of healthy, well-groomed nails.
Gel manicures involve the use of gel-based nail polish that is cured under a UV or LED light. They are known for their long-lasting durability and glossy finish.
Acrylic nails are created by applying liquid and powder acrylics to the natural nails. They provide a sturdy and long-lasting extension, often used for nail art and lengthening.
Shellac is a hybrid nail polish that combines the features of gel and traditional nail polish. It is cured under UV light and is known for its chip resistance and glossy finish.
This type of manicure involves dipping the hands in warm, melted paraffin wax after the basic manicure steps. It helps to moisturize and soften the skin, leaving the hands feeling smooth.
In a hot stone manicure, smooth, heated stones are used during the hand massage to relax muscles and enhance the overall experience. It adds a therapeutic touch to the traditional manicure.
Nail art manicures involve the application of intricate designs, patterns, and decorations to the nails. This can include hand-painted designs, nail stickers, gems, and more, allowing for creative and personalized nail expressions.