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 tiffs.faves@gmail.com 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.

XOXO.......Tiff.

4 comments:

  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
    www.nsinails.com

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  2. Jessie -

    Thank you so much for your clarification! :)

    -Tiffany

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

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

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