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Fake Nails

Ugly and brittle nails, usually caused by nail biting, are a common problem for several ladies and this is the main reason why the innovative concept of using fake nails is so popular among almost all nail biters who are bothered about the appearance of their nails. Nail biting also results in weak, uneven, and discolored nails. On the other hand, a number of factors can be held responsible for brittle nails. The condition can result from lack of nutrition such as zinc or iron. Using various cosmetics such as nail polish can also weaken the nails causing them to become thinner and break faster. 

Fortunately, fake nails have made it possible to have beautiful nails, even if the form or appearance of the nails has been ruined for some reason. Fake nails are surely a welcome substitute, especially since these are easily accessible at any salon and nail spa. Moreover, these nails are offered in an impressive variety of striking designs and styles, and are generally made from linen, gel, fiber wraps, acrylic, or fiberglass. In case you are planning to go for durable ones, then fiberglass nails can be an ideal choice. 

However, since fake nails come in a huge variety of designs, you need to make sure that you get hold of the most appropriate ones that best suit your taste and style. Putting on such nails can be a pretty easy task and the only requirement is to follow the instructions carefully and get the essential materials prepared beforehand.

1 Comment on Fake Nails

  1. Where do I begin?? Acrylic is the product used. Sculpted just means they free fermod the nail rather than gluing a tip on. Choosing what type of nail depends on many things. Acrylic is the strongest but gel is good too. If a Tech tries to get you to use fiberglass but its a powder then its not fiberglass. Fiberglass is a fabric. Anything that is liquid and powder mixed is an acrylic. Just as a warning cause people will try to up-sell and they are giving the same product. Find a salon that you feel comfortable in and can talk to the person. She will be holding your hand for an hour! 🙂 If you do decide to put nails on you should go every two weeks to keep them up. Different salons will charge different prices. I charge $40 for a full set and $25 for a fill. My gals normally tip $3-$5. I hope this helps. If you have naturally nice nails, just get a manicure every two weeks. And maybe a pedicure every four. 🙂

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