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How much do acrylic nails cost?

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The cost of having acrylic nails applied will vary depending on location. However, it typically costs between $25 and $80 to have a full set of acrylic nails applied, filed and painted, not including the nail technician's tip.

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Those who choose acrylic nails will also need to budget to have the nails filled every two to three weeks, at a cost of $12 to $20. In addition, if a nail breaks or is ripped, the salon can repair it for an additional fee. French manicures, gel manicures, nail art, adhesive gems or stickers and custom manicures may also cost more than a traditional manicure.

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