One of a Kind Nail Art
There is little doubt about it, a nail art treatment from Pure Nails & Spa NY Corp is far more than a simple manicure or pedicure. Sure, it has all the benefits that a regular manicure or pedicure provides, including advanced cuticle care, hand or foot massage and the best nail treatment as standard. However, it also provides our clients with tailored and customized designs that allow them to express their unique individuality in ways that were previously thought to be impossible.
Nail art has exploded in popularity in recent years and it is easy to see why. As we become more and more connected with others through online personas and social media accounts, it makes sense that a treatment that emphasizes the unique aspects of our individual personalities is desired. A nail art treatment from us provides another way for you to express your individuality. Just like how a new sweater, jacket or haircut might have previously defined your personality, nail art can now also be used to express who you are to the world.Next:
Nail Art Basics
Before you schedule an appointment with us for a nail art treatment, it is always a good idea to spend some time familiarizing yourself with some of the basic definitions of what nail art involves. At Pure Nails & Spa NY Corp, we take what we do very seriously and that is why when you invest in a nail art treatment from us, you can rest assured that we will leave no stone unturned in ensuring you receive the best service possible. This means explaining some of the basic terms that you are going to hear before, during and after your treatment. One of the most common questions that we receive from our clients is to explain the difference between a base coat and a top coat.
Base Coat Versus Top Coat: The difference between a base coat and a top coat is easily explained. A base coat of nail polish is a layer of general nail polish that we apply to your nails before any nail art colors, stamps or styles have been applied. The base coat is important as it strengthens the nail as well as provides a base from which the bright colored nail polish can be applied.
On the other hand, a top coat of nail polish is the layer of nail polish that we put on after the nail art design has been completed. The reason for this is to protect your nails and new design from cracking or chipping following our treatment.
Call the Number One Nail Art Team Today
If you are eager to try a nail art treatment from us or simply want more information on what the process involves, then call us today and allow us to take care of the rest. Our trusted nail technicians can answer any questions you may have. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed.