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One Simple Life Change That Can Save You $400 a Year

21 August 2017 by - MelodySusie

We’ve all invested in beauty products, way more than what we have budgeted for, but there are a few tricks to spend less cash while still getting what you want. Today we’ll show you how you can save $400 a year on your nails without having to sacrifice!

First, let’s see how much an average woman is spending on nail salon.

Source: NailsMag 2016 Industry Report.

Let’s be conservative and assume you only do your nails once a month. That means you still spend 12*$19.53. That’s $234 a year for just a basic manicure.

However, you will also need to consider your time cost. If you spend 1 hour getting your nails done (including travel), then you spend on average 12 hours a year on manicures. Using US average hourly rate, $18, it’s another $216.

So totally it’s $450 on your salon spending. You know that’s actually quite an amount of money.

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You can actually save the $400 if you get your own manicure set, a nail lamp and a gel collection with 6 colors. Especially now on our anniversary sale for only $15.99 and $16.99! All of our 1-step gels are under $20 for 6 gel colors!

What does it mean?

It means you can actually save the $400 by investing $30 in your own set. Imagine how many other things you can spend with your $400 savings! And $30 cost is not even the cost of going to salon twice!

Afraid the quality is not the same? Let’s take a look at some real customers’ nails:

From left to right: MelodySusie Timeless Muse, Sweet Reverie, Infinite Nude, Lux Classics

And you can also DIY yourself in 3 simple steps.

Step 1. Brush a thin layer of the gel color.

Step 2.  Cure under LED nail lamp for 30 seconds.

Step 3. Repeat the above to get a rich nail color.

What are you waiting for?  Come check out our Anniversary Sale and save that $400 now!

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Always good to save the money while still getting what I want. Gonna try the gel and the lamp. I love the idea of 1-step, which means i dont need to remember a lot of steps.


I went to the salon the other day and got a basic manicure for $20 plus the tip. Although I enjoy being in salon, however the the basic manicure I got is just the same as the ones I did it myself with gels and nail lamp. So i would totally do mine basic one at home and leave the more fancy art design for salons.


I actually never really know that I am actually spending THAT MUCH on nails! Good thing to note..