Nailotus - A Nail & Lash Salon - Treatment Menu
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GEL NAILS & PolyGel
  • Full set with Tips $ 75.00
  •  Gel Overlay $60 -French $65 
includes IBX treatment
  •  Re-balance $60- French $65
includes IBX treatment
  • Gel removal with manicure $45

ACRYLIC NAILS
  • Full set with Tips $ 65.00
  • Re-balance $60- French $65

  • BROW GROOMING
    • WAX $20
    • TINT   $15
    • WAX & TINT $30
    • TINT & TWEEZE $20 ( FOR THOSE IN BETWEEN VISITS)
    • BROW HENNA $25
    • WAX & HENNA $40
     
      





    HAND TREATMENTS
    • Gel polish $50 includes IBX treatment
    • File & Polish $30
    • Full Manicure $40

    FOOT TREATMENTS
    • File and polish toe nails $35 
    • Gel polish $50
    Including Shape and paint toe nails

     Lotus Basic pedi 
    Soak, foot file, cuticle work, nail shape and foot massage
    • Gel polish $60
    • Polish $50

    Lotus Spa pedi
    Includes scrub, mask & massage to the knee with soak, foot file, nail shape & cuticle work
    • Gel polish $70
    • Polish $60

                                             




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    THANK YOU FOR YOUR CUSTOM.
    NOW THAT YOU HAVE NAILS THAT YOU CAN BE PROUD OF, HERE ARE SOME
    HANDY HINTS” ON HOW TO CARE FOR THEM
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    1. Please use non-acetone polish remover as acetone breaks done your enhancements and dries out cuticles.
    2. Nails are Jewels not tools, whilst they are many times stronger than your natural nails, they do have a breaking point so please take care.
    3. Keep a nailbrush handy – Dirty nails spread bacteria FAST (cleaning underneath them with white toothpaste works wonders)It is a good idea to scrub the underneath of your nails after each application of foundation, fake tan, and all other cosmetics as these products may/usually cause lifting. It is easy when your nails are coloured to miss food etc that has been caught under your nails, it is extremely important to scrub and clean your nails daily to prevent bacteria build-up under your nails...
    4. We Recommend a Rebalance Every Two- three Weeks for These Reasons:
    5. The new nail growth changes the balance of the enhancements by pushing the enhancement further out over the free edge of the fingertips increasing the risk of breakages and making them “top heavy” therefore needing to be REBALANCED.
    6. The new nail growth is now exposed to moisture, oil etc and this may contribute to lifting of your enhancement if left TOO long.
    7. As rebalances are recommended every Two - three weeks, if a longer period has elapsed, an extra cost may be charged to cover extra work or product needed.
    8.  Use cotton lined rubber gloves whilst working in the garden or doing housework as cleaning products dry out cuticles/nails and can discolour/lift acrylic & Gel. Your natural nail is POROUS and will absorb these products.
    9.  Any breakages need to be fixed by a professional ASAP. Should you decide to have them removed, please do so properly as tearing them off will leave them in very poor condition. (If you choose to remove them your self, Soak them in pure acetone for 40 minutes to remove them: in a glass or metal bowl)
    10. Picking at your enhancements or peeling them away may/will also lead to problems. If you break the SEAL of the enhancement you are effectively opening the door to bacteria & lifting.
    11. New medication , illness & extreme stress of any kind MAY have an effect on the adhesion of your enhancements.
    12. If your enhancements do lift, it is unwise to leave a band-aid on as if this can trap moisture between the enhancement and the natural nail, which provides a great breeding ground for bacteria. This can also be the case if you glue it and there is moisture trapped between the enhancement and natural nail plate. Have your lift fixed by a professional ASAP.
    13. People ask me all the time why their polish won’t stay on long.
    14. First of all you need to prepare your nail plate as you would when painting any surface by removing surface contaminates. 
    15. Secondly remember that your nails are porous and when they get saturated (e.g. washing up) they swell and become flexible, the polish is not flexible and therefore the polish splits/cracks and starts to peel as paint would on a wet flexible wall..
    16. Thank you, please don’t hesitate to contact us with any queries you may have.