Calling all nail fashionistas. You’re going to love this week’s GORGEOUS GIVEAWAY. We have 3 Custom Nail Solutions Artificial Nail Kits (ARV $139.95) to give to our lucky winners. With this kit, you can create your very own personalized nails, as unique as a fingerprint. And it’s eco-friendly, too!
As seen recently on the Today show, this kit gives you custom-fit, non-toxic, and long-lasting artificial nails. You start by using an impression system that’s similar to one that dentists use. After you make the impression, you mail it back to Custom Nail Solutions headquarters and the company will create your nails and ship them to you within two weeks.
Along with your custom-fit
Gel manicures and pedicures are popular largely because they last a lot longer than traditional manicures with acrylic nail polish.
How much longer? Traditional manicures last two to three days tops without chipping (most of the time, your nails chip before you get home from the salon), but gel nail polish can last up to two weeks without a chip or crack.
Yes, that’s a major plus, but experts warn that the risks of gel manicures may outweigh their benefits. Gel manicures may be causing your nails to grow brittle and/or peel and crack, says Chris Adigun, MD, a dermatologist and assistant professor of dermatology at The Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology at New York Univers
It’s the season of uber-glam; we’ve seen the world’s most glamorous and successful actresses and songstresses swan down the red carpet in style and, of course, we want to emulate them. So, BITB has scoured London to find the best places to get your pinkies preened and painted and the latest and greatest collections from planet polish.
Having clocked Katy Perry and the Gaga’s tapered talons, I was inspired and went in search of the world’s best known celebrity manicurist, Liza Smith, whose clients include Kylie and Jennifer Lopez, plus some well-known Brits: Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Jamelia and Eliza Doolittle (whose nails she did for the Brit Awards a few weeks ago).