The city’s manicure craze is getting a boost with new rules on Tuesday that allow salon owners to sell manicures at their storefronts for as low as $2.
But there are some restrictions.
If you want to buy a nail polish, you have to be at least 18 years old and have to show ID.
You can only buy two manicures in a day.
The nail salon is still allowed to sell an unlimited number of manicures per day.
If there’s a problem, you can get a refund, but you have only one chance to do so.
If your nails get cut, they will not be covered under your deductible.
So if you are a woman, you may not be able to get the manicure.
You may also be eligible for a tax credit if you get the nail polish at a discount store.
In New York, nail salons are not required to offer discounts.
The salon owner is not required or even permitted to sell any kind of cosmetic products.
This includes shampoo, conditioner, nail polish remover and other beauty products.
The city says nail salon owners can sell a manicure for as little as $1, and the salon owner can sell up to two manicured nails for $2 each.
The rules also allow a person to get free haircuts or manicures if they pay the salon a deposit.
If a customer has a coupon for a manicured nail or a $100 deposit, that person can also get the free manicures for $20.
The New York State Department of Health says there are currently no laws requiring a person under 18 to get manicures, but that it is possible for anyone under 18.
This is not the first time the city has tried to restrict the sale of nail salts.
Last year, the city banned nail salters in the city because of the high number of cases of nail cutaneous herpes.
The state has also banned nail salon owners from advertising that they are free of nail cuts and nail polish.
The owner of a nail salon in Manhattan was fined $100,000 in July after he admitted to buying nail polish that he had to cut off.
It’s unclear if there will be a ban on nail saloons in New England.
A New Hampshire man who had a nail cut in 2015 was fined for selling nail polish in the state.