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Top Shellac Manicures In Connecticut

October 2, 2012 2:00 PM

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With regular wear, your manicure lasts a week on average. Now that is changing. The new trend is Shellac nails. Shellac manicures can give you a flawless manicure that will last 14 days. It will also have your nails looking healthier and stronger as it strengthens natural nails. With a mirror finish and no drying time, you can be in and out of the salon in a jiffy. Stay on trend with the fashion and make your appointment today.

Naomi’s Studio & Salon

625 New Park Ave.
West Hartford, CT 06110
(860) 232-8900
www.naomimartinez.com

Naomi has the latest in haircare, skincare and makeup and that includes Shellac manicures. Shellac has a dozen colors for you to choose from so you can switch it up every time. This manicure will last with few signs of wear. Refer a friend to Naomi’s salon and get a $10 gift certificate for future services. Naomi Martinez is a makeup artist, esthetician and a permanent make-up technician. This salon is the perfect place for a girl to get red-carpet ready.

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From Tips to Toes

61 Center St.
Southington, CT 06489
(860) 621-9500
www.fromtipstotoes.com

Indulge your mind, body and spirit at this day spa. From Tips to Toes’ Shellac manicure will take about 50 minutes. The regular Shellac manicure can be paired with paraffin, spa or the ultimate spa manicure. Customize a spa package to pamper yourself. Why not bring your man along with you? He can pamper himself with a massage, facial and/or hand maintenance. If you are getting married, this salon offers special bridal retreats for you and the bridal party.

Lavender Fields Day Spa

175 New Britain Ave.
Plainville, CT 06062
(860) 747-9958
www.lavenderfieldsdayspa.com

Lavender Spa’s Shellac manicure includes nail shaping, cuticle care and hand massage after the Shellac application. CND (Creative Nail Design) Shellac Hybrid Nail Color polishes are used, so you can be confident your nails are being painted with the best. As boasted on the website, refreshments are always served, so enjoy “a fruit spritzer, aromatic cup of herbal tea or ionized water” with your manicure. Lavender Fields is “innovative, customer oriented and has numerous rejuvenating spa services” customized just for you. It also offers a “Two by Two” spa treatment for couples. Visit the website for a tour of the facilities.

Colors Salon

360 N. Main St.
Southingon, CT 06489
(860) 426-0158
www.colorssalon.net

Colors Salon is located inside Studio 7 at the Apple Valley Plaza, and it is open Tuesday through Thursday by appointment only. You can get a spa manicure or nail enhancements such as a permanent gel French manicure, hand massage, paraffin dip or a pedicure. The CND Shellac Hybrid Nail Color options are endless. Pick your favorite or mix it up with one out of your ordinary polish tastes. Just like regular polish, a base coat, polish and a top coat are applied.

129 on Main Salon & Spa

129 Main St.
Cheshire, CT 06410
(203) 439-2700
www.129onmain.com

Step inside 129 on Main and enter an ultimate salon and spa experience. Keep both hands and feet looking great with a Shellac mani/pedi. There is no odor, no filing, no formaldehyde and thin and flexible polish. The hair salon caters to men, women and children. Get your hair cut while there for a complete makeover. The salon offers a “Wild Ginger Awapuhi Treatment” and keritan complex hair therapy. This therapy reduces hair breakage and increases shine. Main Salon & Spa offers microdermabrasion, chemical peels, facials and massages (hot stone and deep tissue). Treat yourself with a visit.

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