Nail polish is a lacquer applied to finger Nails or toe nails to Design and protect the nail plate. Today’s nail polish is a refined version similar to the paint on Designs.
Types of polish
This type of polish usually last two weeks longer than normal nail polishes. It is set under Ultraviolet light to seal the polish on to the nail, a process known as “curing.” To remove the polish, one has to soak their nails in acetone for at least 10-15 minutes because the polish is sealed onto the nail so hard that it is difficult to remove. Gel lasts the longest and is the most preferred type of polish.
This type of nail polish is a clear colored polish formula that is used specifically before applying nail polish to the nail. The purpose of it is to help strengthen nails with protein, vitamin E and calcium which can help prevent nails from breakage and peeling, as well as to restore moisture into the nail. This is especially helpful for those with dry or brittle nails. By applying Base Coat, the polish forms a smooth surface by filling in ridges that can appear on unhealthy nails. There are two types of base coat: one is a normal formula where the consistency can be compared to regular nail polishes; the other is thicker in consistency, best for people with thinner nails, or who have deeper ridges. This helps fill in the gaps for a smooth surface. Base coat creates a barrier by protecting it from damages such as peeling and staining, especially red nail polishes, a pigment that tends to stain the nail yellow.
This type of nail polish is a clear colored polish formula that is use specifically after applying nail polish to the nail. It forms a hardened barrier for the nail to prevent chipping, scratching and peeling. It strengthen the nail and forms a glossy and shiny finishing touch to the nail. It is recommended that those who enjoy nail art to apply top coat to preserve the design for a longer period of time.
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