Winter is here (though the weather sometimes says different), and running between the cold, dry air outside and the hot, dry air inside can wreak havoc on your nails. It’s time to give them a little TLC. Follow these simple winter 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 leaves you vulnerable to infections. Get regular manicures. To keep your nails in tip-top shape this winter, head to your nearest Polished Nail Bar for one of our many mani options!
During the holidays, we’ll have special hours a few days. We will be closed for the Christmas holiday on December 25th.To welcome the new year, we will be closed January 1st and 2nd. We hope you’ll come see us soon to get the Polished look for all your holiday get togethers!
November is upon us, and the holidays are coming up quickly. Taking a moment to spend time with those that make things better and more fun is what this time of year is all about. So we’d like to invite you to gather friends and loved ones for a little fun and a little “me time” this holiday season. We love hosting parties at all of our salons! So whether it’s your coworkers, your sisters, your nieces, your neighbors, or your friends, come see us! Make an appointment for your holiday party by calling your nearest Polished Nail Bar or make an appointment online!
We’re heading into October soon, and surely the weather will cool off eventually. Right?!?!?! As with all season changes, nail care tips for fall are a bit different than for summer. Follow these simple nail care tips for the best nails as we move into autumn. After washing your hands, slather on hand moisturizer. At night, rub cuticle oil (or olive oil or coconut oil if you’re in a pinch) in to your cuticles. Use rubber gloves when washing dishes. Limit the time you spend in hot showers or bath tubs. Wear gloves or mittens when it’s cold and you’re outside. Do not tear or bite off hang nails. This leaves you vulnerable to infections. Get manicures on a regular basis. To keep your nails in tip-top shape this season and every season, head to your nearest Polished Nail Bar for some mani/pedi time!