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[Pantone Fashion] OPI Scotland Collection LED Gel Color Soak-off Gel

Introducing OPI’s new fall/winter Scotland LED Color Soak-off Gel collection. Twelve flamboyant shades include Flaming Crimson, Pumpkin Orange, Galaxy Blue and Misty Blue were all Fall/winter colors featured in the 2019 Pantone Fashion Color Trend Report.

Rainbow Nails Strengthens Cleaning and Disinfection Measure Business Resumes in stages start from 5/2

As the whole city is busy on combating the spread of the deadly coronavirus, we have also increased our infection preventative measure in Rainbow Nails. Our customers can be sure to feel relief and relax when you come in for your nails done.

Nail Art for Chinese New Year

The god of pig will finish his term soon. The next CNY, year of Rat, will arrive quite early. It is time to decide on a CNY nail art and make an early schedule to the nail salon.

Scottish Plaids – OPI 2019 Scotland Collection Nail Lacquer

Inspired by the 2019 Fashion Week in Paris, OPI Scotland collection nail polish brought to you the beautiful shades of Scottish plaids.

Party Nail Design for Festivals

If you want to dazzle in Count down parties, we have got some nail design for you to Check out! You might find something you like!

Christmas Style Nail Art is coming to town!

Christmas is coming in no time. Has everyone given enough thoughts to put some holiday spirit on the nails yet? I have made a few festive designs for you to look at.

OPI Expert Touch Lacquer Remover – Removing Soak-off Gel can be Nourishing!

Many nail lovers worry that soak-off gel may turn their nails yellow or result in dry white spots. However, if they are using OPI Expert Touch Lacquer Remover, these will not be the concern.

OPI Neon 2019 Collection LED GELCOLOR Soak-off Gel

It is easy to fall in love with the striking shades in OPI Neon Collection. Especially for out door lovers!

Viral Warts Rough Bumps that look like Seeds Grow on Hands and Feet

In our last post we talked about corns and calluses. Now, let us go on to warts. Warts are common skin diseases. Researchers worldwide found out that At least 20% of children has contracted warts at one point in their life.

What are Corns? How are they different from Viral Warts and Calluses?

Sometimes there are patches of hard, thickened skin appear on the feet or the hands. How can you tell whether they are corns, warts or calluses?