A: Honey, I'll be right back.
B: Where are you going?
A: I told you already. I'm going to get my nails done.
B: Again? You've just went last week. You spent more time at the nail salon than you do here at home. Honestly, why do you need a manicure every week?
A: Well, first of all, I'd like to pamper myself. And my nails look great. You should come with me.
B: Why? I don't want to have nail polish or anything like that.
A: They don't only paint my nails. The manicurist will remove my cuticles, file my nails and apply at least four coats of nail polish.
B: Yeah, sounds like something I should definitely do.
get my nails done
=get a manicure
My girlfreinds and I are getting together tonight to get our nails done.
I should go to the nail salon to get my nails done before the wedding.
get/have sth done(done是動詞的過去分詞)
I want to get my hair dyed in red.
I need to get my homework finished as soon as possible.
I need to get my car repaired.
nail polish remover
remove/push/cut cuticles/dead skin
file your nails
The manicurist filed my nails until they were smooth.
(to treat a person or an animal in a special way by making them as comfortable as possible and giving them whatever they want.)
She pampers her dog with the finest steak and salmon.
Why not pamper yourself after a hard day with a hot bath scented with oil?
I waited until the last coat of nail polish dried before putting on my gloves.
I applied four coats of nail polish to finally make the color darker.