What to choose for the beauty of nails?
Hands catch the eye and beautiful, well-groomed nails are proof of elegance. But you have a choice: semi-permanent varnish or gel? Follow the Maryton nail supply and see what are the differences between these two products and which solution you will have to adopt for a nail installation at home or in a salon?
Nails in semi-permanent varnish
With a slightly thick structure, it will cover the nails and give them a nice shine. In general, the operation requires 4 coats: a base, two coats of varnish and a top coat for the finish. Between each step, passing under a UV or LED lamp will catalyze the product to make it harden. The semi-permanent varnish also contributes to the strength of the nails. The main drawback of this solution lies in the treatment of regrowth. Every 2 weeks, the nail technician will have to remove it completely. To do this, it will be necessary to soak the nails in a solvent strong enough for the nail and therefore for the skin.
The gels are made of a very thick material which is worked as it is applied and which must be frequently catalyzed by means of a UV or LED lamp in order to solidify it. They form a kind of protective shell above the natural nail and give it a very important solidity by isolating it completely from the outside. Once the gel has been applied and the construction has hardened, we will add color using a polish or a brush.