Part 4 of 4
Congratulations! You’ve found a great salon and a fantastic nail technician. Here are just a few added practices that you can do for yourself and for your nail technician.
A Few Added Guidelines
1. Never shave or wax your legs within 24 hours of a pedicure. Don’t leave yourself open by giving bacteria or infection a way into your skin and body.
2. Cutting callus (especially with a razor), cutting ingrown toenails or cutting live skin is not permitted in a salon environment. These types of procedures are for the doctor’s office only. Please do not expect your nail technician to act as a physician.
3. Do not expect service to be performed on any infected area (skin, nail, foot, etc), please see a physician before attempting any kind of nail service.
4. You should not go to a nail salon for a services if you have a contagious or infectious disease (fungus, athlete’s foot , eczema) or any other unhealthy conditions of the skin or feet.
5. For those who are unaware, nail service prices usually do not usually include a tip for the technician. Please use the same tipping principles for your technician as you would for a waitress or waiter.
Just a few simple steps to assure your perfect nail experience! Manicures and pedicures are a wonderful way to relax and take care of yourself, just be informed and sit back and let your favorite nail tech lead the way! And may you both enjoy each other’s friendship for many years to come!
A Simple Checklist
Five Easy Questions