Remember a couple years ago when we introduced our exclusive gel base and top coats? Well, we’ve worked with our R&D folks, made a few tweaks, and we now have a new and improved formula! Our gel manicures are still guaranteed to last at least 14 days, and our base and top coats will still work with any brand of gel polish. If a gel manicure using our branded top and base coats doesn’t hold up for at least two weeks, you can have the mani fixed at no additional charge. However, a receipt for the original service will be required as proof of purchase. Polished Nail Bar is Charlotte and Raleigh’s premier gel manicure destination. Visit the location nearest you today!
We have an opening date for our Waverly salon…and it’s coming up soon! We will celebrate the opening of our newest location in the Queen City on November 9. Polished Nail Bar is known for speedy service and affordable prices, and the Waverly location will continue in that tradition of excellence. “This is our sixth location, and our fifth in Charlotte proper. We’re excited to reach a new area and to offer our particular brand of nail bar experience to a new clientele,” says owner Sonny Kim. Polished Nail Bar – Waverly is conveniently located in South Charlotte at the intersection of Providence and Ardrey Kell Roads in the newly constructed Waverly, a walkable community that is thriving with retailers, restaurants and residences. The hours at this southeast location will be: Monday-Saturday, 9:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m., and Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Polished Nail Bar -Waverly will feature: State-of-the-art air filtration/exchange system to keep air fresh and clean
The weather is finally changing! And while it’s nice for things to be cooling off, the change in the weather can wreak havoc on your nails. It’s time to give them a little TLC. Follow these simple nail care tips for the best nails this season. After hand washing, slather your hands in moisturizer. At night, rub cuticle oil (or olive oil if you’re in a pinch) in to your cuticles. Use rubber gloves when washing dishes. Limit time spent in hot showers or tubs. Wear gloves or mittens when you’re outside. Do not tear or bite off hang nails. This leave your vulnerable to infections. Get regular manicures. To keep your nails in tip-top shape, head to your nearest Polished Nail Bar for a mani/pedi treat!
We’ve been asked a lot lately when our Waverly location is going to open and why it’s taking so long. So we thought we’d lay out the process for opening a Polished Nail Bar location to hopefully shed some light on the subject. The first step in opening a new salon is obviously picking a location. Once we’ve determined what area we want to be in, found a space, gotten all the paperwork in order, and taken over the space, we start the permitting process. This can be a long process, depending on how backlogged the department is. And so at step one, we’ve already hit our first potential delay in the construction process. As we’re getting permitting, we’re giving our contractors the heads up on the work that’s coming so they can be looking at their schedules and when they can fit us in. But we can’t actually schedule the work until