Luxury Nails & Spa

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can, but we cannot guarantee your appointment and we aren’t responsible for nails problems. Also, You will not be able to receive any promotions and reward points.

Dipping Powder Nails, also known as dip nails or SNS (Signature Nail Systems) nails, are a type of artificial nail that uses a pre-mixed powder that is dipped directly into a liquid solution before being applied to the nail. This creates a stronger and more resilient nail that is less likely to chip or break. Dipping powder nails are also known for their glossy finish and natural-looking appearance. Required to soak-off and re-done every 3 weeks.

Dipping powders contain nourishing calcium and vitamins to fortify your nails, which is another added benefit to dip. Most experts agree dip nails are a safer alternative to acrylics because monomer inhalation isn't a risk of dip application either.

Acrylic nails are made using a liquid monomer and a polymer powder, which are mixed together to form a thick, pliable substance that is applied to the nail with a nail brush. Required to re-fill every two weeks.

A gel polish manicure is a manicure that uses a soft gel in the form of polish. The gel polish acts as an overlay on the nail that lasts for up to two weeks.

Liquid gel is one of the hard gels out there. That means the composition, once dry, can compare to that of acrylics. Thus, the bond is solid and hard to break. It comes in a bottle or pot, and a nail tech applies it with a tiny nail brush and cures it in L.E.D light for 45 seconds. Liquid gel nails are also known for their glossy finish and natural-looking appearance. Required to re-fill every three weeks.


Ingrown nails may develop for many reasons. Some cases are congenital—the nail is just too large for the toe. Trauma, such as stubbing the toe or having the toe stepped on, may also cause an ingrown nail. However, the most common cause is tight shoe wear or improper grooming and ripping of the nail.

No. You should visit the podiatrist instead. They have special tools to remove the ingrown portion of the nail and may prescribe a topical or oral medication to treat the infection. If ingrown nails are a chronic problem, your podiatrist can perform a procedure to permanently prevent ingrown nails.


From fungal infections and psoriasis to nail dehydration and mineral deficiencies, there are a number of causes for white spots on toenails. Please see a podiatrist for diagnosis and treatment asap.

- Aging

- Fungal Infections (onychomycosis)

- Peripheral Arterial Disease

- Trauma

- Psoriasis (accompanied by red, scaly patches)