29 Buckingham Rd, Wynberg, Cape Town
60 Colinton Road, Newlands, Cape Town
Palmyra Junction Shopping Centre, Palmyra Rd, Claremont, Cape Town
3 Cavendish Place, Cavendish Street, Claremont, 7708 Cape Town
14 Lee Road, Claremont, Cape Town
The Andros Deluxe Boutique Hotel Cnr. Phyllis & Newlands Road, Claremont, Cape Town
Harry Goeman centre, 151 Main road , Bergvliet, Cape Town
51A Waterloo Road, Wynberg, Cape Town
2 Crescent Road, Corner of Crescent and Constantia Road, Upper Wynberg, 7800 Cape Town
14 Banksia Road, Rosebank, Cape Town
Manicure steps usually include: filing and shaping nails edge, cutting and pushing cuticles from the root of the nails, buffing the surface of the nails to smooth them before the nail varnish application.
French manicure – the nail tips are white with the rest of the nail natural colour; the tips can be natural and painted white or acrylic tips that are glued to the natural nail.
Gel manicure – similar to basic manicure but as the last step gel polish is applied that requires curing under a special lamp; gel manis tend to last longer than basic ones and are less likely to chip.
Paraffin dip is used to soften the skin and it is heated to high temperature to enable better absorption of essential oils, great treatment for overworked hands leaving them smooth and soft
Manicure for men – basic manicure includes cutting and buffing the nails and possibly finishing it with a natural varnish with just a clear base coat and top coat for protection.