In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1manicura femeninomanicure femenino Río de la Plata América Latinato have a manicure — arreglarse las manos / las uñas
- to give sb a manicure — hacerle la manicura a algn
- before noun manicure case / set — estuche de manicura
- For example, give yourself chemical-free manicures by filing and buffing your nails and grooming your cuticles without adding a coat of polish.
- If you rely on manicures to make your nails look good, keep a few things in mind.
- Most of us lead busy lives and a manicure doesn't make the top of our ‘to-do’ lists.
- Nail salons offering manicures and pedicures are also quick and have the added benefit of improving your appearance.
- Those wishing to pamper themselves can choose from a wide range of beauty treatments, from a manicure to a luxurious Cleopatra-style goat milk oil bath.
- Sarah, herself a qualified beautician will give some lucky lady a manicure and an eyebrow shaping.
- Choose from massages, facials, manicures, pedicures and body treatments.
- The bride-to-be and her friends get together at a spa to enjoy relaxing massages, facials, manicures, pedicures and other treatments.
- If I'm not shooting some pool, I'm at the nail salon getting a manicure.
- As for the nail regime, I've never had a manicure in my life, unless you count pushing my cuticles back with the front door key.
- We highly recommend this manicure for our gardening enthusiasts, although it's beneficial to everyone.
- Martine Dunand has been giving manicures and beauty treatments to women at the factory for the past three months.
- Cintech offers nail technology services, which include manicures, pedicures, spa treatments and paraffin.
- The spas will give teenage girls a place to go for a day of pampering, including manicures, pedicures, facials, massages and skin care classes.
- Most men started to show interest in manicures and pedicures when they accompanied their wives to nail salons.
- So I was getting a manicure the other day and I happened to bump into one of my girlfriends.
- The shop specialises in manicures, pedicures and nail extensions, and technicians will design whatever style you want on your nails.
- There are a few other items that you may wish to use during your manicure, all of which are optional.
- Debbie states that, for many professional men, waxing is an extension of regular treatments like manicures and massages.
- But everyone can do a manicure at home, using supplies that you already have around the house.
1(person) arreglarle las manos a(person) arreglarle las uñas ashe manicured my hands/nails — me hizo la manicura
- her well-manicured hands — sus cuidadas manos
- a neatly manicured garden — un jardín muy cuidado
- She tapped her perfectly manicured fingernails on the granite tabletop impatiently.
- I spent the first week and a half in pure heaven, at just being able to cut my nails like a normal human being and not having to polish or manicure them.
- Her fingernails had been carefully manicured to perfection, and coated once with pastel pink nail polish.
- He warms to his theme, running a handsomely manicured hand over his handsome face.
- She cleans, disinfects, and applies the substance to the re-growth, then manicures the nails.
- Sophia came up to her, brushing her long manicured fingernails against her cheek.
- I decided to go to a local bookstore and buy every single music magazine I could get my immaculately manicured hands on.
- Her lips were slick with a pink gloss and her nails were manicured to match.
- She clasps a slender, perfectly manicured hand to her chest.
- How about a place where you can be manicured, massaged, and wrapped in seaweed?
- Adele brushes her perfectly manicured fingertips atop the cold, smooth metal of the letter opener.
- She screeched angrily and slapped me, her perfectly manicured nails cutting across my cheek.
- Frances leans forward, touching his hand with her soft, perfectly manicured fingers.
- Her fingernails and toenails were manicured and her toenails had been painted with gold nail varnish.
- Some women would feel naked without color on perfectly manicured fingernails.
- My stepmother calmly looked at me and pressed a perfectly manicured fingertip to her temple.
- I was just about to speak when a carefully manicured hand landed on the desk in front of me.
- After my nap, Mel manicures my nails and later we enjoy a lovely drive to Amberley.
- She tried not to laugh when she remembered that he did have manicured hands.
- Rosario had somehow managed to manicure her nails.
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