Re: Acrylic Nails Removed..now what?
Don't feel bad because you didn't know. The nail tech failed to educate you on the process and failed to properly perform the service. In all honesty, whenever I taught a class, they all used these techniques because they said if they did it my way that it would take too much time. A proper acrylic nail service should take at least an hour and a half; most nail salons do it in less than 30 minutes. They rely on speed and cut corners in order to make money; they feel if they go fast, they can service more clients. This is not the case! I take my time and book every 2 hours. I can perform a proper service, have time to perform the proper sanitation and disinfection steps and still be on time for the next client. For performing the service correctly, the technician can ensure the clients natural nail health, educate the client on proper home care, the client experiences less service breakdown and can go longer between maintenance appointments. This costs more than at the 'speed' salons, but the clients I have are willing to pay more for the type of service I perform. I can 'out earn' the 'fast' salons and guarantee my services.
Since you have opted for natural nail care, check out the 'manicure' page of my website: [url]www.hooked-on-nails.com[/url] (link approved by Moderator 1.)