The word “electric” means something completely different in different languages.
It can also be used in a similar way to “battery”, “solar” and “electricity”.
Here’s what you need to know.
Electric nail salon electric manicurists have been around for hundreds of years.
They can also use electricity to clean your nails, or heat water for your nails.
They also offer different types of nail polishes and treatments to suit a variety of nail styles.
“There is no word for electric nail polish,” says Lisa Rizzuto, owner of the electric manicures at her Melbourne salon.
“You could say we are an electric nail salon.”
Ms Rizzulo, who uses electric machines, says she’s never had a complaint about the salon staff using electricity.
“I’ve been doing it for over a decade.
I’ve never had anyone complain.”
Ms Toth says her salon is different from most nail salons because she has to keep the electricity going.
She has to use a fan to keep a constant temperature in the shop.
“It’s really hard to get rid of electricity,” she says.
“There’s a certain level of maintenance that we do with electricity.
We’ve got a very good customer service record, so if we have a problem, we are really able to rectify it.”
If you need help with your nails and/or want to find out more about electric nail salon, call the Lifeline helpline on 13 11 14.
If you’re having trouble finding a manicure near you, try using our map to find the closest electric salon.
If that doesn’t work, contact your local local council or health authority.