A Long-Lasting Shellac Nail Treatment Serving Old Massachusetts
Are you someone who likes to look their best for as long as possible? Do you appreciate treatments that provide great value for money? Would you like something a little different for your next manicure or pedicure? If you answered yes to any of these questions than a shellac nail treatment might be just the thing for you.
A shellac nail treatment is the perfect way to ensure that your manicure or pedicure stands the test of time. The unique hybrid nature of a shellac manicure blends the best of nail polish and nail gel to create one of a kind designs that can last for up to three weeks.
At Sculpture Beauty Spa we are very proud of the fact that we were one of the first spas in Old Massachusetts to offer this nail service. So, whether you are preparing for a special occasion or simply want your unique nail creation to last longer than the weekend, then a shellac nail treatment from us is a great option. Call us today to schedule an appointment or to find out any further information about this innovative type of treatment.
Pros and Cons of a Shellac Nail Treatment
The simple fact of the matter is that it is very easy to become addicted to the longevity and durability that a shellac manicure provides. Like all the nail treatment options that we offer at Sculpture Beauty Spa, our shellac manicures and pedicures are extremely safe. That being said, it is important to remember that this is still a beauty treatment option that may not be for every one of our Old Massachusetts clients. With that in mind, here is a list of pros and cons of investing in a shellac pedicure.
- Long-Lasting Manicures
The first, and most obvious, benefit of shellac nails is their amazing durability. With a normal manicure you could, at best, expect to get between three to four days of wear before some type of chipping or cracking may occur. However, with a shellac manicure, it is very different. In general, our Old Massachusetts clients will enjoy two to three weeks of manicure excellence. So, if you are planning on attending a number of social functions in a two-week period, there will be no need for a repeat visit to our spa.
Unlike other manicure types, a shellac treatment can be enhanced further by the use of nail gel. This not only strengthens shellac nails but also provides them with additional definition and depth.
While we always strive to keep our prices low at Sculpture Beauty Spa, the fact of the matter is that a shellac manicure or pedicure is going to cost a little more than a traditional option.
- Potential Problems for Brittle Nails
A shellac treatment requires a degree of roughing up your nails to ensure that the polish will stay in place. If you have brittle nails then this could eventually cause problems after repeated treatments.