Manicure is a Matter of Culture, Health

Women of every age want to look beautiful by trying to imitate the women who live around them; it is very common to see young girls playing with their friends painting their nails, using make up, jewelry and acting like their moms, their older sisters or their favorite TV character. Thus taking care of our nails is not only is a matter of culture, or health but also of beauty that identifies and defines the woman’s essence.

History of manicure starts in China and Egypt, where people use to paint their nails of various colors and now this practice not only has become to be a very profitable industry but also a way of artistic expression. People want to have the best designs they could have printed on their nails, others just want to enter in fashion but all of them are looking for designs that represent what they are and that characterize their personality. In the process of communication hands and body language often say more than a thousand words, so in this sense having nice nails gives you a kind of distinction and security when you are communicating.

Manicure has also become a way of living for a lot of housewives and teenagers who can work offering this service in their own homes and getting good earnings, mainly because the materials needed are cheap and because setting up a business of this nature does not require a big initial inversion. The practice of manicure has spread all over around the world, expanding its market by catching the attention not only of women of every age but also of men.