27-29 King St West, Manchester, M3 2PN Email:info@janea.co.uk Phone:01613121633

Acrylic Nails

King St West, Manchester City Centre

Our acrylic nail services are performed by our trained, talented & friendly experts with outstanding attention to detail and care. We offer acrylic nail extensions and overlays as well as rebalance services to ensure your nails maintain a fresh appearance.

Where are we?

Janea Nails & Waxing, 27-29 King St West, Manchester, M3 2PN

Phone: 01613121633

Opening Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

10am – 7pm

10am – 7pm

10am – 7pm

10am – 8pm

10am – 8pm

10am – 7pm

11am – 5pm

What are acrylic nails?

Acrylic nails are the most popular type of nail extensions. To create the perfect length and shaped nails, acrylic powder is mixed with acrylic liquid to create a blob of dough which is shaped onto your nails with a brush and then air-dried naturally.

Hard gel or sculptured gel is also a very popular way of applying nail extensions. The difference is in the texture of the material and the application. Hard gel needs to be cured in a UV or an LED lamp and usually has less odour than acrylic. The end result between acrylic and hard gel is similar.

How long do acrylic nails last?

Acrylic nails are very strong and depending on how fast your nails grow can last 2-3 weeks. After this, acrylic nails require regular infills every 2-3 weeks to maintain the best look. During a rebalance/infills service, most of the material is filed off and new material is applied to refresh the appearance.

It is essential to take good care of your acrylic nails to make them last as long as possible and to keep your natural nails healthy. Please see our aftercare guide for recommendations. We also advise to get your acrylic nails properly removed and infilled by a professional to keep them clean and dry.

Can I remove acrylic nails at home?

It is highly recommended to remove acrylic nails in a salon to make sure you do not damage your nails.  To remove acrylic, nails are soaked in acetone and then gently removed. Sometimes an e-file is used to remove the length and thickness of the nail before the remaining material is soaked and removed.

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