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Gel nails that are safer

Gel nails are a cosmetic tool used to highlight the beauty of the hand. These days almost all of the women and even some men are generally quite conscious about the beauty of their hands and even more so about the length of their nails. However, it is not always very possible to be able to grow strong and unbreakable nails for everyone. Especially for working women this is a very big problem. Soft and brittle nails break easily. This can be very painful. The soft and fragile nails that are dead due to being made of hard material often break of very easily and leave the hand in a lot of pain. For this specific reason only, nowadays most of the women are finding it very difficult to grow nails. The one and only way now to make your wish of having long and durable finger nails can be made to come true if you use artificial nails. These nails are applied on to the surface of your already existing real nails. They are the most efficient artificial nails that are specifically designed and made in order to stick and stay stuck firmly on to your own natural nails.  

These type of artificial nail do not chip off very easily making them more durable. Even to remove them there is a proper procedure other wise you can not even get them out without the proper removal procedure. Gel nails are by far now the safest way and the most economical tool that can be used to cover up and conceal person’s unattractive fingernails. The invention of this kind of artificial nails is one that has reduced the stress of women who have to use artificial nails. The artificial nails are found to be much better then any other artificial nail, this is primarily because they do not chip off. The color of gel nails is so perfectly embedded, there fore, these nails are known to remains fresh looking and maintaining that shiny texture for a much longer duration. This is a constant factor even at a time when nail polishes are applied over them and also removed.  

You will never have the need to get them removed via an expensive treatment or procedure. These nails have a use time frame and they begin to detach themselves from the you own natural nails after that use duration is over. These types of nails do not need to be applied on from a special visit to the salon infact that is the beauty of these nails; one can apply them oneself at home. 

For the working woman as well as the stay at home mom, Gel nails are very useful and handy. The hand doesn’t just look pretty if you apply a lot of treatments and procedures; rather you at home can apply these artificial nails and have gorgeous hands.

4 Comments on Gel nails that are safer

  1. I have had gel nails for 6 months. The last 2 fills I have been experiencing a burn like sensation on one finger turning itchy and the skin pulls away slightly from the nail which hurts then the skin peels away and then it is fine. Ever heard of that?

  2. Yes, it could be a sensitivity to the electric nail file. I have also had a tingling sensation from soaking in the non acetone nail polish remover; when changing to a new set of nails.

    What I do sometimes is soak my old nail off at home and just get a new sets of nails at the salon. If you are adventurous and have the time you might try doing your own nails.

    Also try visiting your local school of cosmetology. They offer all services in a full service salon by students with instructor there to assist.

  3. I live in Wisconsin and have been using a liquid soakable gel that is cured with a light. They have been holding up better than the acrylic that I used for many years. I just moved to Florida and here they tell me they use a “powder” gel mixed with a liquid and don’t need to cure under a light. They insist they are still a “gel” nail. Are they correct?

  4. I had my first gel nails. I recently got a gel fill. They scraped off the previous gel, then reapplied the whole process again. Can I just get a polish change if I don’t like the gel polish? Or do they have to scrape all the gel off and start again? Can I use regular nail polish on my gel nails?

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