Natalie B has been painting the nail world red for the past six years, bringing classic monochrome polishes and colorful, artistic designs to her client's fingers and toes. She specializes in decorating natural human nails, not acrylics or dewclaws, and uses products by OPI, Young Nails, and Gelish.
Stephanie decorates nails in a kaleidoscope of glittery and shiny hues from brands such as CND, OPI, and EZ Flow. She also covers extra-shy nails in sturdy acrylics, and her manicures and pedicures pamper the hands and feet attached to her clients’ nails for a relaxing treatment.
Strictly French presents a menu of services for both everyday beautification and special events. Aestheticians skillfully wield clippers and dyes during haircut and hair-color appointments. Among the salon's many other specialties, 10 different types of skincare treatments freshen worn visages. They include customized facials, glycolic peels, and a specially designed "tune-up" for men's skin that harnesses the therapeutic power of ground-up footballs, even for men who have never heard of footballs. Special bridal services are also available, which can include updos for the bride, bridesmaids, and bride's mother.
Strictly French's nail technician, Aspen, beautifies clients’ finger and toe tips with decorative techniques such as glitter tips, pink-and-white acrylics, and a multitude of designs. Her more than 200 colors of glitter tips render nails as sparkly as a disco ball under the bright lights of police questioning, while Shellac polish strengthens keratin with a gel-like finish that lasts for up to three weeks.
From within the Strictly French salon, trained nail technician Jeanette decorates fingertips and toes with the latest in nail-art trends from Gelish, CND Shellac, Young Nails, and Light Elegance. Though well versed in traditional mani-pedis, Jeanette adds pizzazz to digits with glitter tips in an arrray of colors and a gel-based glitter polish used during Rockstar mani-pedis.
At Strictly French Nail Salon, owner Carina Campo leads a team of skilled nail techs who beautify clients’ finger and toe tips with decorative techniques such as glitter tips, pink and white acrylics, and a multitude of designs. Carina spearheaded the innovation of replacing white polished tips with white acrylic powder, which improves upon white polish by refusing to turn yellow or wear away. The salon’s more than 200 colors of glitter tips render nails as sparkly as a disco ball under the bright lights of police questioning, while shellac polish strengthens keratin with a gel-like finish that lasts for up to three weeks. Strictly French also houses Salon Rouge, a hair and skin outpost with a full menu of styling services.