So sorry – I’ve got limited internet and didn’t get this notice until tonight. You’ve still got Saturday to take advantage of Gigi of Mequon’s Ports 1961 and Kico Kids sale. Starting at 10am on June 11th.
Milwaukee/Mequon/Shorewood area: Make your appointment now for this 14-day manicure online or call (414) 964-9311
How do you get great nails? Shellac is the answer. Here is a little FAQ I wrote for About.com that I hope will answer many of your questions on the product. Check it out here, as well as swatch posts here and a video here! And scroll down to see supporting photos of product under weeks of wear and tear.
A Shellac manicure is the easiest way to give natural nails the beautiful, finished look of gel or liquid & powder without going artificial.
For the last 5 weeks I’ve put it to the test on clients and on the most notorious nail polish abusers known: the stylists at Harpo’s Salon in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin. After exposure to water, hair dye, gardening (yes) and cuticle biting, Shellac stayed strong, shiny, and kept the nail beds healthy.
Erica’s hands – before Shellac, hair dye stains and all
Erica’s hands after: The Shellac manicure leaves hands looking beautifully finished with a high shine for a top coat.
Before Shellac, Harpo’s owner Peggy Dixon was only able to keep a polish manicure nice for four hours. Here are her hands after 3 weeks of Shellac!
Condition after three weeks of Shellac: Harpo’s owner Peggy Dixon has perfect nail beds after removal.
Pop on over to About.com to read the FAQ hereRead More
In a final twist, contestants are asked to pitch a product to impress.
MTV’s “Hired” airs tonight, June 3rd at 6:30pm Eastern (check local listings for correct times)
Do you remember sweating blood and tears over your first interview? MTV wants to bring it all back, and for some, to document for eternity on film. The new series “Hired” follows college grad hopefuls through the interview process to see where things go right, and where they go terribly, shockingly, wrong. Focusing on lifestyle, fashion and beauty companies, watch tonight as makeup company theBalm sorts through a bevvy of hopeful office assistants to bring on board.Read More