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Hydrafacial and Acrylic Nails

Hydrafacial & Acrylics Nails

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Scuplted acrylic nails

Technical

Mixing a liquid and a powder directly on the brush, hardened in contact with air)

 

The technique of applying acrylic nails is the oldest. Known and used in the medical specialty and in dentistry. The acrylic (polymer) mixes with a special liquid (monomer) and becomes a thick resin that hardens quickly in air, now designed specifically for nails. acrylic is applied with a brush either on a prosthesis, a form or on the natural nail. Its flexibility, before it hardens, allows you to easily shape the desired shape of the nail, for a problematic nail, acrylic becomes the solution.

The technique of applying acrylic nails requires a good knowledge, training is required for its application. It allows you to shape a nail or create a more personalized decor, acrylic offers several possibilities in shaping of nail style, as much for laying classic style nails as for an avant-garde style, including decoration.

 

The Acrylic technique requires manual dexterity from your nail technician.

  The acrylic technique can be sculpted either on a paper form or simply on a natural nail. All the patterns designed with existing decorative accessories, in addition to personalized creations, will be allowed!

Hydrafacial

The treatment

Only HydraFacial uses patented technology to cleanse, extract and hydrate. HydraFacial super serums are made with nourishing ingredients that create an instantly gratifying glow in just 3 steps:

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CLEAN + EXFOLIATE

Discover a new layer of skin with a gentle exfoliation and a relaxing resurfacing .

 

EXTRACT + MOISTURIZE

 

Remove debris from the pores with a painless suction. Nourish with intense moisturizers that soothe the skin.

 

PROTECT

Saturate the surface of the skin with antioxidants and peptides to maximize your radiance.

 

COOLIFTING

 

A lasting treatment generates a lasting rejuvenating effect which is added to the immediate lifting effect.

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