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Acrylic Nails

Essie Launches Professional Gel Nails Service

Essie Launches Professional Gel Nails Service

Essie will be launching a professional gel nails service this October. All signs point to the fact that the gel nail polish trend is here to stay and the brand aims to be a leader in this fast-growing segment. In order to achie...

How to Remove Acrylic Nails

How to Remove Acrylic Nails

As all delicate procedures it is important to create the perfect conditions to have the desired success. Our nails can suffer due to various external factors, therefore it is crucial to follow some basic principles both to learn how to remove acrylic nails by preserving the area neat and spotless. Using the best tools as well as beauty products is the secret to a dazzling result. Therefore grab your manicure kit and have the following items at hand: Nail Clipper Petroleum Jelly Nail Polish Remover Medium Bowl Nail Filer Nail... Read More

Acrylic Nail Care Tips

Acrylic Nail Care Tips

Acrylic nails have been popular since they first came out on the market. Acrylic nails offer beautifully enhanced nails in a variety of colors and designs. The thing that most women wearing acrylic nails don't know is that infections and fungi can affect our nails if they are not taken care of properly. Here are some acrylic nail care tips to keep them clean and neat! always keep your acrylic nails dry because water will cause the acrylic to lift, creating a gap that will house bacteria and fungi. Towel dry your nails every time you... Read More

Gel Nails and Acrylic Nails

Gel Nails and Acrylic Nails

Gel nails are made with a premixed polymer and monomer gel and there are types: light cured gel nails and no-light cure gel nails.Light cured gel nails are more common and use ultraviolet light to cure the gel while no-light gel nails are cured with a special gel activator that can be sprayed or brushed on. Gel nails are thin, flexible and clear. They are very versatile because they can be used as base coat to grow and strengthen nails, natural nail overlays or tip overlays. The gel mixture is odorless, less damaging to the nail and... Read More