Question by  sb2009 (20)

What is involved in giving a spa manicure?


Answer by  mannersandsuch (1796)

Making sure the environment is right is one of the most important things in making a normal manicure a spa manicure. Nail trimming filing and smoothing, cuticle removal, exfoliating and massaging the hands are also important. A professional job with painting the nails comes in as most important.


Answer by  patti (29325)

A small manicure includes exfoliation of the hands and forearm area, as well as light massage of the fingers and hands. It may involve special additives to the soaking solution.


Answer by  OceanTiara (158)

In giving a soothing spa manicure, after filing the nails and giving a good massage to the hands and arms, coat your client's hands halfway up the arm with warm soft wax, let it harden and remove gently. Leave it on for around 20 minutes or so and remove.


Answer by  Jordan (19)

Remove old nail polish, cover hands with a warm, damp wash cloth. Dry the hands, clip the cuticles, shape the nails with a file, and buff to smooth. Apply polish, sometimes followed by a clear top coat. Finish with a quick hand/arm massage with or without lotion.


Answer by  mlucas (515)

Most states are beginning to heavily regulate this industry do to health problems that have occurred. If you were looking to do this professionally you would have to contact your states certifying agency and ask for any requirements that have to be met.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well in giving a spa manicure. You have to have the patient relax. Then you will actually clean all of the nails properly. Then apply an alcohol base. Then you cut the nails off and then you will glue on some fake nails. Then paint with french manicure nail polish.

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