June 5, 2015
On the Menu:This service especially for male clients will relax and pamper. A therapeutic champagne soak will exfoliate dry, neglected skin and nails, and hot towels and a massage will rejuvenate tired feet.
April 2, 2014
July 2, 2013
Summer is prime time for nail care as more people wear open-toed shoes and take off their gloves. Sometimes a service in 100-degree temps is more about escaping the heat than it is about getting glammed up. Consider offering your clients cool-down services this season that combine relaxation and nail sophistication.
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A powdery white chemical salt with crystalline grains. Its slightly grainy texture helps to exfoliate and soften calloused skin.
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