Bio Sculpture Gel: Hands-Down The Best Manicure

If you’re a Toronto girl or any girl for that matter, you are no stranger at your local nail bar (did someone say “Her-Majesty’s-Pleasure?“). You’ve likely tried your typical polish, shellac, gel, and acrylic manicures – but most of you probably haven’t tried or even heard of, Bio Sculpture Gel.

I would describe Bio Sculpture Gel (BSG) as the middle-sibling between shellac and gel manicures. BSG is flexible, light-weight and durable. I’m definitely not gentle with my nails as I’m often using my hands, and this manicure lasts at least a month EVERY-DAMN-TIME.

This is no joke folks, never have I had to head to the salon for a repair or a refill because this manicure never chips. I only head when I’m ready for a complete removal and colour change. The manicure simply grows out. It never peels-off. It never chips. It never breaks off like an acrylic. It is the magic manicure.

Still not convinced? BSG is actually pretty healthy for your nails. They contain no solvents and require minimal buffing prior to application. Plus you can choose to apply BSG to your natural nail, or over a tip. There is also the choice to apply BSG as the base layer, with shellac colour and then the BSG hard gel as the finishing coat (this is what I do), which makes for an even longer-lasting manicure.

Not every nail salon specializes in BSG, so head to their website to find the closest salon to you! Now, if only Her Majesty’s Pleasure would start providing Bio Sculpture Gel manicures, Toronto girls could rejoice.

I’m on day 20 of my most recent manicure and not one chip or mark!

Tell me about your favourite manicure or if you’ve tried Bio Sculpture Gel!

xo BB

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Clare says:

    I love bio sculpture gel as well! As a bartender, I can say it NEVER chips/ nor breaks!

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  2. SheryL♥ says:

    Hi! Thanks a lot for joining Thoughts of SheryL!
    Lovely blog! 🙂

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      1. SheryL♥ says:

        Don’t mention it. 🙂

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