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Helpful Definition for: Nail Salons

Nail salons are established with the purpose of providing professional nail care services to clients. Nail salons in Marengo provide nail care services like pedicures, manicures and even nail enhancements and nail art. Often, skin care services are also provided by these nail salons. Nail salons in Marengo offer a variety of services which range from basic pedicures and manicures to spa pedicures, acrylic nail arts, paraffin treatments, etc.

French manicures, Polish pedicures, nail care like silk or fiberglass wraps, are used in these nail salons. The professionals who work in nails salons in Marengo are known as nail technicians. In Marengo, the technicians must possess qualifications which are state recognized. Different nail salons charge different prices for their services.

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