Looking for a Regina Nail Salon?
20 years Experience
Nail Specialist and Certified Nail Technician in Regina.
UPDATE: I am not accepting new clients for Nails.
UPDATE: As of Octoer 2015, I am no longer offering any type of nail services. Thank you to all my clients for supporting me through all the years.
Certified Gel Nail Technician accepting new clients:
Florence Grainger is accepting new clients and is a certified Gel Nail Technician.
Florence can be reached at 306.352.6245.
Regina Nail Salon – Basic Natural Nail Care Tips:
- Avoid prolonged exposure to water. This will leave them weak and more prone to breaking.
- Consider wearing cotton lined rubber gloves when you are cleaning or using chemicals.
- Removing cuticles. Apply some cuticle balm or oil. Gently push back your cuticle.
- OUCH! Hangnails. Don’t pull them of, clip them.
- File in one direction. Filing back and forth can cause splitting of the nail. File from corner to center.
- Avoid Polish Removers that are acetone.
- Love Polish? Avoid products with toluene, sulfonamide, or formaldehyde. If you wear polish, try to take a break and go without for a few days.
- Please don’t use your fingernails as tools.
- Don’t bite or nibble. Sometimes that’s easier said than done.
- Eat a healthy diet.
- Drink plenty of water.
Regina Nail Salon – Specializing in Gel Nails
A common question Gel Nails vs Acrylic Nails: Which is better better?
Both Gel and Acrylic have advantages.
- You don’t need an artificial tip applied for added length.
- Both need to be filled every 3-4 weeks.
- There is no doubt that Gel is the stronger of the two.
- Gel is completely odorless. Acrylic has an odor that can be overwhelming for many.
- Gel nails are very natural look, thin and strong. Can be worn without polish and maintain a high shine..
- With any artifical nail, choose a Certified Technician. If Gel is not applied correctly problems can arise.
- View Cindy’s Certification and Education.
Benefits of Gel Nails ♥ Commonly Asked Questions ♥ Prices
Regina Nail Salon – Specializing in Shellac – The Power Polish