Our Guarantee Policy for Damaged Nails is as follows;
Gel Manicure: 3-5 Days
Dipping: 5 Days
Acrylic: 5 Days
Refills: 3 Days
Fixes can only be done with the exact technician that did the original service. You must provide proof of the date of the service either through receipt or bank statement. If the date of service exceeds our guarantee we can still fix the nails but at clients expense. We do not offer Nail Fixes as a service unless the nails were done originally at Mira Nail Bar.
Please reach out to us if you cannot find an answer to your question.
While both dip powder and acrylic nails result in a manicure more durable than a manicure with traditional polish, one key difference between dip and acrylic is the way they’re applied to your nails.
Acrylic nails are made by combining powder and liquid into a dough-like material, which the nail tech paints onto the nail and molds into the desired shape. Then, the nails are painted and air-dried.
Dip powder nails are applied a bit differently. You may have even seen some ASMR-y videos of the application process while scrolling through Instagram.
First, the nails get a liquid base coat, then are brushed with colored powder, then coated again with a protective clear polish. The process usually has to be repeated at least twice to achieve the desired pigment.
Liquid Gel or (Hard Gel) have a more natural look with a glossy finish. Unlike acrylics, if the nails are primed correctly, there is no damage to the nail bed. Gel nails cure faster than acrylic nails since they are cured under UV light. Liquid Gel nails are also more flexible than acrylic nails.
Gel-X extensions have the malleability of a soft gel polish and the length of a press-on or glue-on nail. [The extension] is made out of gel polish. It's applied directly on top of your full natural nail and can be cut and shaped to your preference.