- Manicure from $38.00
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The aftercare you invest in your mani will see that it lasts a little longer. Make sure you're not in a rush after your treatment so your polish has plenty of time to dry. You also want to make sure you wear something protective if you're doing anything laborious with your hands. Avoid metal files and keep your nails to a workable length.
If you want your tips looking fresh and up-to-date, a manicure every two to three weeks will be the golden ratio. The speed in which your nails grow will see to how often your appointments need to be.
Manicures costs about $70 on average.
Getting a manicure takes about 60 minutes on average.
Keeping your hands clean and fresh can promote healthy nails and skin. Using cuticle oils and trimming the nails will help them grow faster and with better health. It is also a nice treatment to promote relaxation and a little 'you' time.