On Tuesday April 24th, Bio Sculpture invited beauty editors in Surry Hills to experience their Autumn/Winter colour collection Vintage Africa and their latest nail art trend the Jubilee manicure.
Editors were treated to a complimentary manicure or pedicure and designed their own individual look selecting colours from Bio Sculpture's extensive 170 colour range and combining their popular nail art trends lace and feathers.
Nail technician and artist Paola Moro performed the manicures and pedicures, while Tayla Bergmann, marketing and operations manager of Bio Sculpture was on hand to answer the beauty editors’ questions about the how the gel nails work. Depending on the nail’s health – there are three types of nail gel. Bio Sculpture Gel is an exceptionally durable gel treatment that nurtures the nail bed whilst allowing the nail to look immaculate. It is a healthy nail system that will not chip or damage your nails, protecting and strengthening the natural nail in the process.
With health and safety a main focus, Bio Sculpture has consistently led the market in innovation since its inception bringing to the market the first colour gel, soak off gel and gel nail sculptures. Caring for nail technicians hands too, Bio Sculpture have recently launched TechniCare Invisible Glove designed to prevent contact dermatitis, a skin condition prevalent among many beauty therapists caused by excessive interaction with water and exposure to dehydrating chemicals. It is a protective barrier cream that provides long-lasting protection for the skin.
The Professional Beauty team were very happy with their exceptional nail designs and tried out both feathers and glitter.
Visit Bio Sculpture's new look website www.biosculpture.com.au to find out more.