Showing posts with label warm hands. Show all posts
Showing posts with label warm hands. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Toasty Fingers - Manicure Hand Warmers Will Keep Your Clients Happy!

These clever Manicure Hand Warming Gloves are especially designed for manicures. Each glove features knitted wrist for comfort and open fingers. Put the Mani Gloves on prior to the manicure and remove once the nails are dry. Keeps hands warm. Also can be used year-round for those that have cold hands.

Your clients will thank you!

See them here:

http://www.purespadirect.com/Manicure-Hand-Warming-Gloves-Black-1-Pair-30144-p/gm-301446.htm

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Warm Fingers are Happy Fingers!

Few things make me more uncomfortable than being cold. Most spas and salons pay careful attention to this detail with warming blanks in treatments, checking the water temperature before a hair rinse, etc.  Somehow though, the warm comfort idea escapes many manicurists.  Manicure dishes ofen have cool water in them, lotions are not often warmed, acetone and solvents evaporate and make the skin cold too.  Brrrrrrrrrhhhhh!!!

There is a simple solution though... for UNDER $3!!! The Deluxe Warming Manicure Bowl by DL Pro is soooooo simple, but soooooo effective!  Specially designed for warming water, lotion, cuticle oil or acetone. The bowl consists of two parts, the outer container and the inner manicure bowl. The outer container is filled with hot water then locked into place to prevent leaking. Heat from the hot water warms up the contents of the inner bowl --water, lotion, oil or acetone -- anything that is in the well of the inner manicure bowl.  

Soooooo Nice!!! Ergonomic comfort design contours to the hand. Measures: 4-1/4"L x 3-1/4"W x 2"Deep.

Pretty neat, eh?  Make your clients happier for less than $3.  Order a Deluxe Warming Manicure Bowl by DL Pro for every manicure station today!


While you here, might as well check out a previous blog I wrote on electric manicure lotion warmers too:
http://blog.purespadirect.com/2011/10/perfect-start-to-ultimate-manicure.html