Nancee has been a nail tech for 35 years.  She has owned 2 salons in New York, been a nail educator,  has worked in Charlotte and currently in Chapel Hill for the past 15 years.  She offers expert manicures, pedicures, acrylic nails, nail repairs and "Shellac" applications.  If you want a friendly, personal nail service experience, come see Nancee!   

nails by nancee
Please email Nancee with questions or to make an appt.  nanceetennis@gmail.com
or you may call or text 919-810-9323
at Hairspraye Salon
Services - Nails by Nancee

Acrylics
New Set – Natural or French Tips - $50
Overlays - $40
Fill ins - $40
Nail Repairs - $5

Fiberglass Wraps
$5/nail
A good solution for repairing breaks in natural nails.

Shellac Application
Fantastic new Gel Polish that lasts up to 2 weeks!! Includes dry manicure.  A variety of colors

$30


Removal of Gel Polish prior to 
re-application
$10
Removal of Gel Polish with NO
 Re-application
$12

Manicure
Nail shaping, buffing, warm water soak,  cuticle care, hand massage, polish
$35


Callus Buster Pedicure
SEE "BEFORE AND AFTER" PICTURES IN MY PHOTO GALLERY!!!
Callus reduction and smoothing using amazing “Foot Buffer,” nail cutting and shaping, cuticle care, heel and foot creme, polish
$40

.Mini Pedicure
Softening and relaxing soak, foot lotion massage, nail cutting and shaping, cuticle care, polish
$30

NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR SHELLAC POLISH FOR PEDICURES

Extras
Polish Change ( fingers) $12
Polish Change (toes) $12

French Manicure:
Fingers or Toes $5 extra


Introducing the most exciting innovation in nail care in years!  SHELLAC!! 

Shellac is a gel nail polish that cures under an LED light and is completely dry as soon as it's cured.  No more smudges; you can use your nails immediately after application!

No harsh "roughing up" of the nail with nail drills; just a light buffing.  

Your nails are stronger while it's on, AND is Super Shiny and stays that way for weeks!

A dry manicure that includes nail shaping and cuticle care is done before Shellac is applied. (the nails should not be wet for best adhesion)  

 Shellac does not come off with polish remover and must be soaked off in acetone to remove it.  This can be done in the salon immediately before your new application of Shellac.


 A variety of colors including French and Clear are available.