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Shine On: Dashing Diva’s Gelife Manicures

The Everlasting Gobstopper of manicures is here!

Dashing Diva has introduced a new service called Gelife that gives your nails a shine that’s matched only by cellophane and the Intl. Space Station perhaps. The new procedure involves a soft removable gel application (just like nail polish) and then cured under a UV light. The dry time is so minimal that you’re done before you can say “Johnny Depp”!

Dashing Dive Gelife Manicure

 

The Gelife mani lasts a long time too, without chipping, and also contains calcium that actually fortifies nails to boot. Gee, does it pay my credit card bills too? That would be super sweet!

Colors will be launched for the fall, but for now, the summer look involves clear and pink tinted gel painted over natural nails. Check out my awesome French mani above! The three options are Clear, Cool Pink & Warm Pink.

You can remove Gelife by soaking nails in pure acetone. Only at www.dashingdiva.com salons!

Gelife Natural Manicure – $45

Gelife Natural Pedicure – $60

Gelife French Manicure – $55

Gelife French Tip Extension – $65

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  1. I have read about this in a magazine and was wondering what these are likes and how do you apply them and how long do they last plus costs.
    Please reply. thank you

  2. Hi there! Thanks so much for asking- the gelife manicures must be applied in the salon because they need to be sealed with heat, and professionally. Honestly my manicure lasted me for a full week plus a few days, but I had a French manicure done. But others (non French) last longer. The cost is not cheap…it’s about $45-$50 for a set, but you definitely see more longevity.

    Would I get this done? It depends. I love the lacquer and shine of the nail, but I’m not sure if some good solid coats of long-lasting Sally Hansen 10 Day No Chip Nailpolish won’t do the trick.

    Are you going to get it? Let me know! Would love to see how yours turns out!

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