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manicure

1. tv. to trim and clean marijuana for smoking. (Drugs.) Sam never would manicure the stuff. Some people would buy it anyway.
2. n. good-quality, cleaned marijuana. Ah, this manicure should bring some good coin.
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From skin-softening mineral baths and relaxing massages, to professional makeup and hairstyling (not to mention premium champagne to satiate clients), Images' new signature manicures epitomize lux.
And for PS170 the Luxe Beauty Lover can enjoy a Clarins back, neck and scalp massage, manicure, Champagne blow dry, eye brow shape and tinty, lashes make over, make over of choice and a personal shopping consultation.
With 30 foil wraps per box, the kit is good for three manicure removals.
To prepare your nails for the gel manicure a base infused with vitamins and essential oils is applied, to nurture and protect your nails.
The study authors noted that "the risk from multiple manicure visits remains untested,'' but the study suggests that "even with numerous exposures, the risk for carcinogenesis remains small.
While keeping your finger and toenails clean and tidy is a necessity, Dr Shershad said that the constant application of nail polish and frequent manicures can hide the presence of infections.
So this Saturday we want to spoil mums with a mini manicure, a handmade gift and a little surprise too.
Adigun noted that it is unclear whether the brittleness from gel manicures is attributed to the chemicals in the gel nail polish or from the acetone soaks needed to remove the polish.
The CND Shellac manicure uses state of the art technology to keep your talons looking fab for a fortnight, super strong and highly polished.
For those not in the know, a hair manicure is so-called because it uses manicure tactics such as buffing, glossing and shaping to your hair.
Natalie Woodcock from Nail Haven gives Helena Eagles a manicure
Manicures have become essential grooming, according to new research carried out by National Statistics, which reflects the changing habits of the British consumer.
com) is a full-service day spa that features facials, manicures, pedicures, hydrotherapy bath, French seaweed wraps, hair treatments, and other beauty services.
Easily used acrylic systems made stand-alone nail salons possible: Occasional manicures can't support a separate business, but acrylic nails cost more and require routine maintenance.