False nails can refer to three very distinct methods: the application of gel, capsules and resin. But what really distinguishes these three types of hand beautification? How to choose the best technique to make your false nails? Our Maryton will tell you everything in this article!
False nails with caps
False nails in capsules are particularly easy to apply yourself. However, this type of false nails has major drawbacks, starting with the outfit and the duration of use. Indeed, the capsules that you apply using a suitable glue don’t necessarily follow the shape of your natural nails. In addition, prolonged use of the capsules can weaken your natural nails, and promote breakage such as yellowing.
Resin false nails
This nail art is consists of applying a layer of acrylic resin to the natural nails, before modeling it with a suitable brush. The resin technique requires regular maintenance and fillings, every 3 weeks or so. In addition, the resin tends to yellow while covering the natural nail with a thick layer of acrylic material. This technique can therefore be harmful to your natural nails if it is repeated too often.
gel false nails
Gel false nails adapt to all your desires: after applying the gel, your nail technician shapes your nails to give them the desired shape and length. This type of manicure is also compatible with the different nail art techniques.
OK! Now that you have known the things of gel nails and semi-permanent varnish, bring your manicure supplies and act now! It doesn’t matter if you don’t have nail tools. We have everything all you need.
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