A slick set of long-lasting manicured nails
Perfectly buffed cuticles; expertly moisturised hands
Nails trimmed and shaped to suit your look
During your treatment
Your treatment will be the full manicure experience you’d expect; a shape, file, and trim, followed by some attention lavished on your oft-forgotten cuticles.
After you select your colour, your nail pro will get to work by expertly applying a top-of-the-range gel polish on your nails, drying each layer under a UV lamp to ensure they’re ready to take on whatever you have to handle.
Remember, if you already have gel polish on your nails, you’ll need to book a soak-off treatment to professionally remove it before your next manicure.
Fancy French tips or nail art? If your nail pro offers them (check their bio before booking), you can ask to add them at the start of your treatment for an additional fee of £14 for french tips or £23 for gel nail art.
They’ll let you know how much time it’ll take and add the charge to your booking. Please note they may not be able to accommodate extras if they have back-to-back bookings.
Probably not the treatment for you if:
You're after a classic manicure – gel polish can last for up to two weeks.
You’ve got any cuts, infections or lesions on your fingers or around your nails.
More info on gel manicures
Gel polish typically lasts around two to three weeks, depending how fast your nails grow.
Gel manicures are usually finished with single colours of your choice, but if the French look (with white tips) is something you’re after, make sure you choose a pro who can do them.
If your pro offers French tips or nail art (check their bio before booking), you can ask to add them at the start of your treatment for an additional fee of £14 for french tips or £23 for gel nail art.
It’s best to give your nails time to breathe and re-strengthen after you remove any gel polish. We recommend going polish-free for a week before booking another.
Yes, but take care that you don’t have any cuts, infections or lesions around your nails before booking.
Yes, this treatment is pregnancy-safe.