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I Think You Should Have UV Gel Nails

20 Mar 20
hayat seo
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If you like the stunning appearance of beautifully kept and maintained natural nails or if you hate the yellowing fake appearance of badly applied acrylic nails, maral gel or if you feel you don’t care for your own natural nails as well as you should, then you will be in love with your new uv Gel tips. If you want your own natural nails to be more durable and strong, and if you want them to take less time to maintain without giving up their elegant beauty, then you must try having a set of Gel nails applied by a professional nail technician.

UV Gels are a type of artificial or fake nail enhancement, but they don’t seem to have the same stigma that bad acrylics get (yellowing, gauche, harmful to the underlying nail, gross odor, etc. i could go on…).Gel nails do not seem to last as long as acrylic nails and they need to be maintained more often, but they last and in many cases look far better than natural nails alone, and their high gloss beauty are un-matched. UV curing Gel can also be strengthened with fiberglass or kept short if you are concerned with how you abuse your pitiful nails now. Gel nails come in a large selection of brand names, types and styles and there are a few important distinctions to make note of here. The most important item to keep in mind now is that there are four kinds of Gel nails, uv curing, and non-uv curing.

Another point is that there are two types of UV Gel nails, the first are almost irremovable, and they are your standard UV Gel nails, the second type are still quite difficult to remove, but they don’t require you to grow them completely out. If you are a bit new to Gel nails or UV Gels or even just fake nails or if commitments make you nervous (He is a Great Guy, go easy on him!) then you should choose “Soak Off” Gel Nails, ask your nail tech, she will treat your nails right. Otherwise, you can just get going with a standard set of nails and start enjoying your hands more than you have in a long time. If you are a practicing nail professional looking for a bit of extra information, or just a nail buff who wants to know what she is really getting in to, then you should really enjoy this UV Gel application guide below:

Now we get to apply some UV Gels

  1. Step 1 Buff or file the top of your nails to remove any natural shine and oils you have. Apply a coat of primer and allow it to dry all the way.
  2. Step 2 Place a thin sheet of UV nail Gel on the top of the nail. Use the same motion you would if you were applying polish, brushing from your cuticle to the free edge of your nail.
  3. Step 3 Put your fingers under the lamp for a duration of about 2-3 minutes or until the UV Gel has dried.
  4. Step 4 Add a second coat of nail Gel to your nails. You want to apply a bead of Gel to your nail and slowly spread or float it around over your whole nail being careful to keep it from touching the skin. Once again, place your nails beneath the light and allow them to dry.
  5. Step 5 Repeat step 4 making sure to fill in any ridges that may have formed and smooth out the shape of the nail. Take your time with this step.Place your finger nails back in the light to let them dry one last time.
  6. Step 6 File your nails with a nail drill or buffer to attain the shape you want.

Now is your chance to really enjoy your new (or a client’s new) nails. Have fun, learn more, and always be careful when working with your UV Gel!If you like the stunning appearance of beautifully kept and maintained natural nails or if you hate the yellowing fake appearance of badly applied acrylic nails, or if you feel you don’t care for your own natural nails as well as you should, then you will be in love with your new uv Gel tips. If you want your own natural nails to be more durable and strong, and if you want them to take less time to maintain without giving up their elegant beauty, then you must try having a set of Gel nails applied by a professional nail technician.

UV Gels are a type of artificial or fake nail enhancement, but they don’t seem to have the same stigma that bad acrylics get (yellowing, gauche, harmful to the underlying nail, gross odor, etc. i could go on…).Gel nails do not seem to last as long as acrylic nails and they need to be maintained more often, but they last and in many cases look far better than natural nails alone, and their high gloss beauty are un-matched. UV curing Gel can also be strengthened with fiberglass or kept short if you are concerned with how you abuse your pitiful nails now. Gel nails come in a large selection of brand names, types and styles and there are a few important distinctions to make note of here. The most important item to keep in mind now is that there are four kinds of Gel nails, uv curing, and non-uv curing.

Another point is that there are two types of UV Gel nails, the first are almost irremovable, and they are your standard UV Gel nails, the second type are still quite difficult to remove, but they don’t require you to grow them completely out. If you are a bit new to Gel nails or UV Gels or even just fake nails or if commitments make you nervous (He is a Great Guy, go easy on him!) then you should choose “Soak Off” Gel Nails, ask your nail tech, she will treat your nails right. Otherwise, you can just get going with a standard set of nails and start enjoying your hands more than you have in a long time. If you are a practicing nail professional looking for a bit of extra information, or just a nail buff who wants to know what she is really getting in to, then you should really enjoy this UV Gel application guide below:

Now we get to apply some UV Gels

  1. Step 1 Buff or file the top of your nails to remove any natural shine and oils you have. Apply a coat of primer and allow it to dry all the way.
  2. Step 2 Place a thin sheet of UV nail Gel on the top of the nail. Use the same motion you would if you were applying polish, brushing from your cuticle to the free edge of your nail.
  3. Step 3 Put your fingers under the lamp for a duration of about 2-3 minutes or until the UV Gel has dried.
  4. Step 4 Add a second coat of nail Gel to your nails. You want to apply a bead of Gel to your nail and slowly spread or float it around over your whole nail being careful to keep it from touching the skin. Once again, place your nails beneath the light and allow them to dry.
  5. Step 5 Repeat step 4 making sure to fill in any ridges that may have formed and smooth out the shape of the nail. Take your time with this step.Place your finger nails back in the light to let them dry one last time.
  6. Step 6 File your nails with a nail drill or buffer to attain the shape you want.