Monday, July 6, 2009

A Manicure That Lasts?

So I've been hearing more and more about these "No-Chip" manicures lately - which, quite frankly, would blow my mind considering I'm looking at my VERY chipped manicure that I received a little over a week ago. The no-chip manicure process promises to leave you with a great, good-as-new manicure for the better of 2-3 weeks.

I researched this process to see what it is all about, and here is what I've found. Basically, the non-chipping capability comes from a gel polymer that is painted on your nails (this is actually healthier for your nails than normal nail polish). This hardens under a UVA light, and VOILA! A chip-resistant manicure for 2-3 weeks.

The Villa (one of my most favorite gems of Indianapolis) is offering a trial price of $32 for the no-chip manicure, which is a $33 savings on the regular price of $65. If you'd like this deal - e-mail me at and I will send the coupon your way!! This is a fantastic deal - The Villa provides an awesome ambiance and you will be on the cutting edge with your manicure that won't quit.



  1. Gel nails are great, but they are not healthier for your nails than polish. Don't be fooled by any "fear-based" marketing used in the nail industry - acrylic, gel, nail polish - neither is healthier than the other. They are all perfectly safe.

    Jessie Burkhardt
    Sales/Marketing Coordinator for NSI

  2. Jessie -

    Thank you so much for your clarification! :)


  3. Thanks for the good info...very good blog site.

  4. Thanks so much, Gel Nails!! :)


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