Get the best of both worlds with a CND Shellac manicure accompanied with an all-important classic pedicure. We all deserve some pampering every now and then, so why not get this treatment in the comfort of your own home?
- Trimming nails to the desired length
- Filing nails for a smooth finish
- Shaping nails into your desired shape (square, round, almond, etc.)
- Buffing the nails
- Treatment of the cuticles – clipping and oiling
- For the manicure, the nails will be painted only using CND shellac polishes (base coat, colour and top polish); while, the pedicure will include the use of regular polish.
- Application of hand lotion
- Soaking the feet in pedicure bowl
- Exfoliation of the feet with a foot scrub and foot file
- A foot massage
We offer the highest quality at-home treatments.
WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU FOR THIS TREATMENT
- For the manicure – a chair, table and plug socket for the UV lamp.
- For the pedicure – a comfortable sofa or chair
- Some hot water for the pedicure bowl- water from the kitchen or bathroom sink is fine
WHAT TO EXPECT IN MORE DETAIL
When one of our Salonettes arrive at your house, you’ll recognise them easily as they will be wearing all black and carrying their kit. Invite them in and get to know them, once that is done the therapist will ask to use some warm water to fill the pedicure bowl with. If this is all good, then the pedicure process can begin. Once set up, these are the following steps included in the Shellac manicure procedure:
Your Salonette will start by sterilising your feet as well as their hands: hygiene is always important to us at LeSalon. This will be done with a quick spritz of sterilising spray. And don’t worry about any mess being created, as our Salonettes are well trained and have punnets and towels to keep their kit together. Once the feet are sterilised, they will be placed into the pedicure bowl to soak.
CUTTING AND SHAPING
This part of the process is sort of where the magic happens. The therapist will start by cutting the nails to a desired length. Following this, they will ask you what type of shaped nails you would like. This can be square, rounded, almond-shaped – whatever you want! To make sure it’s exactly what you want, your therapist will do this on one nail and ask you if you’re happy with it.
Cuticle care is important as they can be prone to infections and are sensitive – plus untidy cuticles are never a good look! A removing solution will be put on each toe around the cuticle, which the therapist will then remove thoroughly. The solution softens and cleans the cuticles; the therapist will then proceed to push back the cuticles gently. Once the excess cuticles appear, these will be neatly clipped away.
FOOT FILE, EXFOLIATION AND APPLICATION OF LOTION
To make the feet really soft, the therapist will be equipped with a disposable foot file and foot scrub. The heel and ball of the foot will be filed to remove rough skin. With this completed, the feet will then be exfoliated with some foot scrub whilst being massaged, Again, just direct the Salonette as to if the pressure of the massage is fine. A bit of lotion will be applied, and then the therapist will proceed with the full foot massage.
PAINTING THE NAILS
If everything looks good, so that’s the shape and the cuticles, then the therapist will ask you to choose a nail polish colour. This can be quite a difficult choice because we have many colours available to choose from. FYI – if you’re looking for a specific colour, you can always mention that to us in the comments box when booking, we’ll do our best to accommodate that. The nail technician will then scrub the nail plate clean using acetone or alcohol. A base coat will then be applied to protect the nail followed by two coats of a CND shellac colour that you choose, topped off with a top coat.
Once everything is dry, the cuticle oil is added and rubbed in. This nourishes and hydrates your nails. And voila – the classic pedicure is complete!
Just as with the classic pedicure your manicure will entail: sterilising the hands, cutting, shaping and filing of the nails, cuticle treatment, hand lotion application but this time round, your nails will be painted with a CND Shellac polish. The nails will be painted with a protective bottom coat, followed by two coats of the gel polish. Each time one layer is added, the nails will be cured under a UV lamp.
Before the therapist leaves, she will ask you if you would like to book another treatment again. It takes no more than 20 seconds, just confirm the date that you would like to book in and leave the rest to us.
- How will I know if my booking is confirmed? Once you book your appointment, it varies if you’re checking using the app or the website. On our website, simply click on your user name on the navigation bar along the top and click on ‘Booking History’. From there, you can see your upcoming and previous bookings. When the booking has been confirmed, it will say ‘confirmed’ next to the therapist’s name. For the app, it’s pretty much the same though the layout is slightly different. Just click on the top left hand side, and click on ‘Bookings.’ Here you will have all of the confirmation details just as it is on the website.
- Will the Salonette bring her own pedicure bowl? Your Salonette will bring a pedicure bowl along with her kit. You will not have to provide any manicure/pedicure tools at all.
- What’s the difference between CND Shellac and Gel? The shellac manicure is a mix of gel and regular nail polish. It is supposed to last for 2 weeks longer than a standard manicure with minimal to no chipping.
- How is CND Shellac polish set? Shellac manicures are cured with a UV lamp.
- Extra Hand Massage – £15– for the ultimate relaxation fix.
- Hydrating Foot Mask from £6 – Take your pedi to the next level to make your feet feel as smooth as a baby’s bottom!
- Hydrating Hand Mask from £6 – Get silky smooth hands with this add-on.
- Extra Foot Massage from £15 – A fan favourite! Extend your pamper session with more massage time.
- Callus Peel from £15 – What better way to get baby smooth feet than by getting rid of your hard and rough skin?