I never imagined that I would be able to have nice nails. After all, with eczema all over your nail bed which affects how your nails grow it’s hard to even imagine having nicely manicured nails.
Until now! Back in December my hands were looking very good with almost no noticeable eczema (a rare event for me) so I decided to add a manicure to my facial and pedicure appointment at Aphroditi Escape Spa.
I was just happy with having my nails filed and polished (clear polish only!) but Sherry-Lynn mentioned that I should check into “Bio sculpture Nails” when I get home. No pressure at all but this product would provide extra strength to my nails (something I have always longed for). I check it out and decided to give it a whirl.
Here are my hands before Bio Sculpture.
Ready for there make over with bio sculpture
The day I got my bio sculpture nails
They look great, eh? Here are a couple of my worst nails. Actually its just my thumbs.
I got my first bio sculpture nails in early January 2013 and was immediately in love with them. The bio sculpture products contain no acrylic and are painted onto your nail with a brush and cured under UV light. I have never had nails with such strength before, the nails don’t chip, they shine and continue to look great. She even managed to fill in the uneven parts of my nails to make them smooth.
Sherry-Lynn did some fancy work on my split thumb nail. Here is a pic of the nail with its first bio sculpture application:
You probably can’t see it too well but compare this picture against the one of the same finger above. The black arrow is pointing at where the product has extended my natural nail making it longer and MUCH easier to use. On the left you can really see the two tones of white, that bottom layer is where my natural nail is. Neat, don’t you think?
These pictures where taken the same day by the way.
I just had my third application of bio sculpture and am in love with what it is doing to my nails. It lasts about 3 weeks, there is no nail grinding involved as it is a “soak off” product and the nail looks the same when the product comes off (no nail damage!).
Here is what I am currently sporting -> I decided to get the tips painted silver (ooo, shiny!).
So there you have it. You can have your eczema ridden hands with rickety nails turned into nice smooth strong nails. I also think they really take peoples eyes away from the eczema patches which is a great bonus.
Thanks to Sherry-Lynn and Bio Sculpture!
Psst…. if you go see Sherry-Lynn tell her Amie from hatemyskin.com sent you!