Long story short, by the end of the first week there was already signs of wear. By the end of the second week, my nails were just a hot mess. I don't know if that is normal, but I don't even intend to pay much for a shellac manicure ever again.
Feb 25, 2012
Lately, I've been hearing everyone talk about shellac nails; they last longer, they make your nails stronger, yada yada yada. I'm not the type to usually spend money on my nails, but I happened upon a Groupon (my obsession) that offered a shellac manicure and hot-stone massage pedicure for $34 dollars. Only $34! So of course I bought it and made an appointment. While I loved the experience and I came home with pretty, blister free feet (I'm a runner), I was skeptical as to just how long this pedicure would last.
Posted by Bree at 10:29 AM