Rewind to two weeks ago, my nails were short, brittle and unable to grow without thinning and snapping – then I decided to try Bio Sculpture, and now I’m hooked.
I’m one of those unlucky people with incredibly weak nails, one look at my nail and it would snap. Working at a computer all day I constantly see my hands and I was so fed up with my nails looking short, and having to paint them 3 times a week for them to look semi presentable. I’ve tried Shellac but had no luck with it, it often chipped within the first week and it made my nails weak from it peeling off, it just wasn’t durable enough.
When I heard about Bio Sculpture I knew that it would be the treatment for me, it’s similar to Shellac offering a glossy looking colour to the natural nail, but the difference is the product as it’s a gel rather than just a polish. The pictures above were taken just a day after getting the treatment so my nails were pretty short, two and a half weeks in and the polish is still intact and my nails are much longer – with no breakage! I was actually recommended this treatment by Chloe who has just started a blog here! Her nails lasted over 3 weeks and they still looked amazing towards the end of of the treatment!
As you can probably tell, I’m seriously impressed with Bio Sculpture! The treatment took less than 30 minutes, it’s made my nails grow longer than ever before and it can guarantee me nice nails for 2-4 weeks. However there is one downside for me and that’s the price. This treatment is £24, which isn’t a lot but going from spending nothing on my nails each month to that is quite a big jump, although it’s a price I’m still going to pay once a month, as I really do think it’s worth it. I don’t think I’ll ever go back to Shellac or nail extensions again after this, I’m actually looking into becoming a Bio Sculpture nail technician to fill my time on the evenings and weekends I think it’s that good!
Have you ever tried Bio Sculpture?