Hi, Minx nails usually last about 7 days on the hands, maybe more but it depends on how you look after them. They last about 2 months! 07852002319 email@example.com Mobile Beauty Therapist Sugaring Specialist, Experienced & Qualified I cover London, Essex, Kent, Surrey & More The treatments which I provide are . . . . - Sugaring hair removal - Waxing - Brazilian Hot Wax - Opi gelcolor/axxium manicures/pedicures (last up to 4 weeks chip free). - Minx Nails - LVL lashes Lift length volume lashes (last up to 6 weeks). - Individual lash extensions (lasts up to 4 weeks). - Eyelash and eyebrow tinting (lasts 4 weeks). - Facials (Eve Taylor) - Bridal and any occasion Makeup & Hair (I have a portfolio of work I have done . . . Arab and Asian makeup) - Airbrush make up coming soon . . . More services also available, please enquire. If you would like anymore information on the services I have to offer please contact me.
A professional manicure will last from one to two weeks. 1.Clean nails use a cotton ball soaked in polish remover to remove all traces of oil residue. 2. Then apply a (CND) stricky base coat,the base coat will help ensure that your fingernails are protected from the colors contained in some darker nail polishes that can stain your nail bed. 3. Apply thing coat of nail polish, let the first layer of nail polish to dry thoroughly before you apply a second coat. 4. Apply top coat.( every two days apply top coat to prevent nail polish chipping) Always wear gloves when you do your household chores to protect your hands and prevent your nail polish from chipping.
Hi there, Minx can last longer than normal nail polish, I did my toes and they were on for 2 months and would have lasted longer but I got fed up with the colour and only took them off to have a change.
Hi Charley On your fingers - it can vary from 1 - 2 weeks. Depending on who's applied them - how you look after them and while they won't smudge or chip, after 2 weeks you're likely to see signs of wear. On your toes they will last slightly longer - with some of my clients still going strong after 6 weeks.... although I wouldn't recommend leaving them on this long! Hope this helps! Caroline