• What is a Russian manicure?
    A Russian manicure is a technique that involves using electric files, also known as e-files, to clean and shape the cuticles and nails. It is often considered a more precise and thorough approach to manicuring.
  • How is a Russian manicure different from a regular manicure?
    A regular manicure typically involves trimming, shaping, and polishing the nails, and pushing back the cuticles using a cuticle stick. In contrast, a Russian manicure uses an e-file to gently remove dead skin around the cuticles and shape the nail bed, creating a clean and smooth surface.
  • Is a Russian manicure painful?
    A Russian manicure is not usually painful, but it can feel slightly uncomfortable for some people, particularly if the technician uses a high speed on the e-file. It is important to communicate with your technician if you feel any discomfort during the procedure.
  • How often should I get a Russian manicure?
    The frequency of Russian manicures will depend on personal preference and the condition of your nails. Some people may get a Russian manicure every 3-4 weeks, while others may only need it every few months.
  • Why Russian Manicure is expensive?
    Russian manicures are typically more expensive and time-consuming than regular manicures because they are a more precise and thorough approach to nail care. The technique involves using an electric file to gently remove dead skin and shape the nail bed, which requires more time and skill than a regular manicure.
    In addition, Russian manicures are often performed by highly skilled and experienced technicians who have received specialized training in this technique. These technicians may charge a higher fee for their expertise and the extra time and care required to perform the procedure.
    Finally, the tools and equipment used in a Russian manicure, such as high-quality electric files and other specialized instruments, can also add to the cost of the service. These tools and equipment are often more expensive than those used in a regular manicure and require regular maintenance and replacement to ensure their effectiveness and safety.
    Overall, the extra time, skill, and specialized equipment involved in a Russian manicure contribute to its higher cost and longer duration compared to a regular manicure. However, many people feel that the results are worth the investment and appreciate the precision and cleanliness of a Russian manicure.

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