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Jane's Nail Shop


                                                           Hand Care
Experience the world of Jane's Nail Shop Manicures .
 With the best selection of nail care treatments in Fort Benning.
Acrylic Nails New Set 
Allow 70 minutes
Gel/Solar New Set 
Allow 60 minutes
Artificial nails removal
Allow 20 minutes                        
 Acrylic Fills 
Allow 45 minutes
French fill 
(with correction of smile line)
Allow 55 minutes

$ 40.00
$ 45.00
$ 15.00
$ 20.00-25.00
$ 27.00
                                                                                  Include FREE nail polish
  Basic manicure      $ 15.00  
 For those on the go, a simple solution to renew the nails' natural beauty, shaping the nails and cuticle.
Alow 25minutes
SPA manicure by Mary Kay "Satin Hands"       $ 22.00
A regular manicure with a purifying hand soak, extra emollient hands mask , smoothing scrub, massage and application of fresh polish.
Allow 35 minutes.
  Luxury hot lotion manicure     $ 27.00
My most luxurious manicure consists of a purifying hand soak in warmed Peach Balm, hydrating cuticle treatment, exfoliation, a relaxing massage and application of fresh polish.
Allow 40 minutes.
   Add-s on
Polish change
Nail art (hand painting)
French polish (pink+white)
$ 7.00
From  $ 10.00
$ 10.00 
$ 10.00                                                  
                       Home Nails Care  

Oil nails twice per day to maintain inherent flexibility. Product that is allowed to become brittle will crack and break.  It will also help cuticles maintain moisture and prevent hangnails.

I recommend grapeseed oil to condition and moisturize the skin and nails.  Applying oil to the nail enhancement will help to maintain flexibility by lubricating the product molecules.  Applying oil to the natural nail free edge will help prevent "curling away” and to maintain proper levels in the natural nail plate.

Repetitive or severe pressure on the nail extension will lead to cracks that result in full-blown breaks. Treat your nails as jewels, not tools. The use of 'tools' to help you perform your daily routines will help to insure against breakage. For instance, use a pop-top opener to open soda cans, use the side of your hand or finger to open car or refrigerator doors, and never reach for anything with your fingertips as the nail extensions will reach the object first.

Nails that are too long for your lifestyle and activity level (repetitive downward tip pressure) result in service breakdown. If your nails become too long between appointments, shorten the length with a 240-grit file.

The higher the activity level, the shorter the enhancement should be. An active length = 1/4 the length of the nail bed. An average length = 1/2 the length of the nail bed, and a full fashion length equals the length of the nail bed. Extensions longer than the length of the foundation (the nail bed) will cause undue downward pressure with normal use of the hands and fingers that may result in a broken or torn natural nail plate.

Properly applied product will shrink when cured and create an airtight seal. Mechanical forcing of product through extreme pressure, picking or nipping rough edges will result in lifting. Use a 240-grit file to remove rough edges or blend any lifting into the natural nail plate. Holding the file flat to the area of lift, gently file in the direction of the lifted material until the area of lift is removed. Do not over-file! Over-filing removes vital nail plate layers and will weaken the natural nail foundation. To re-seal the product, massage a drop of oil onto the nail surface, then buff to a dull shine with a 360-grit buffer. You may also choose to buff to a high shine with a 3-way buffer.

When changing polish between maintenance appointments, remove polish with non-acetone polish remover and a lint free cotton or gauze wipe. After the enamel has been removed, wash hands and scrub nails with a soft toothbrush. Apply cuticle oil to the product surface and massage into the cuticles and overlay. Using a 360-buffer, buff the oil into the nail surface to re-seal the product. Buff to a high shine with a 3-way buffer or apply one thin coat of base coat, two thin coats of enamel and a thin application of topcoat, allowing the layers to dry between coatings.

Fungus infections (Greenies) are caused by air-borne spores (pseudomonas bacterium) that have become trapped between the overlay and the nail plate layers. These spores require food to eat and moisture to grow. The nail plate layers contain contaminates along with the natural oil and moisture. Should any lifting occur between visits, buff away the area of lift. Do not attempt to glue the area of lift. Most instant glues are not moisture resistant. Instant glue also sets-up the instant it is exposed to air. The glue cannot 're-seal' lifted material and may incorporate air-borne bacteria or spores into the area of lift. The bacteria or spores will be trapped between the nail plate and the overlay, utilizing the natural nail contaminates as food and the moisture to grow. The results are a greenish to brownish stain on the nail plate, which is a by-product of the infection. Should any area of lift be too large to remove by filing, or visible discoloration is present, please call for a nail repair appointment.

To prevent the spread of communicable or infectious disease, never share your files or implements with others.

Your personal implements can be purchased through several different outlets: An 'over-the-counter' beauty supply, drug or department stores. Sanitize files and implements after every use in an approved sanitizing solution, rinse well, dry and store in the container.

Wear gloves when performing household chores, working in the garden or whenever you use cleaning solutions of any kind. Most household cleaning solutions contain chemicals that will affect the overlay and result in service breakdown. Some household pest sprays contain a chemical that may actually melt the surface of the overlay and compromise the integrity of the product.

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