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Solar Nails are the next best thing to your own innate nails.

September 25th, 2008 · 5 Comments

Solar nails are alike acrylic but solar nails are made with a slightly different material. They are not extensions like other acrylic nails because they are applied directly to your own innate nail.

The 1st thing your nail technician will do to apply solar nails is to brush on the “white part” of the French nail. Then the next application is the “pink part”, which goes over the “white”. The acrylic is the “pink”.

Solar nails are just like a French manicure with all the pampering but without the hassle. They are applied in a 2 step application. After your nails have been prepared for the application by cleaning and buffing your nails and preparing the nail plate then your solar nail application can begin.

Solar nails are long lasting, don’t chip, and also help to strengthen your nails all in a French manicure style. Your nail technician will buff your new solar nails and they’ll be shiny and ready for anything.

Solar nails are the no hassle fake nails. They don’t need to have nail polish so after the pink part is added you are on your way.

Solar nails only need refilled approx. every three weeks. So, they are more economical and convenient than most fake nails.

If you like to tan, solar nails are wonderful as they do not turn yellow as some artificial nails do when you visit your favorite tanning salon.

When you step out with your solar nails you wont need to worry about them lifting off, turning yellow or chipping. Just care about your nails and hands like you always do and you will never have a problem. You will be able to do anything that you normally do without carrying about being easy on your fake nails.

More models and TV stars are using solar nails today. These nails are really for ladies on the go. They can be applied in less time and last so much longer. The ease of caring for these nails is amazing. It will be like your own natural nails.

Your nail technician can explain the great advantages to using solar nails instead of other acrylic nails. You will be so pleased with your new solar nails that you will not want to ever use any other fake nail.

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5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Loni // Dec 3, 2008 at 4:47 pm

    I just started getting solar nails and boy am I pleased with the finished product. I thank my brothers friend girl for turning me on.

    Loni

  • 2 Ellie // Jul 30, 2009 at 9:52 pm

    I just had some solar nails and after researching I had read that the product is put directly on your own nails however the tech still used tips. Is that common? She also applied the pink first and then applied the white so I didn’t feel like I truly got the “soar nail”. It seem that it was done the same as acrylic nails with the exception of the buffing after wards to shine them up.

  • 3 Sarah // Oct 21, 2009 at 12:39 pm

    Ellie that is the way the lady put on my nails and I have been assured that these are the real “Solar Nails”. I think the reason some use tips is if your real nail is not long enough or they just prefer to do them this way….,but anyway the true purpose of Solar Nails is that they don’t mess up your real nail like acrylic do.

  • 4 Cathy // Oct 22, 2009 at 12:36 pm

    I got my first pair of “solar nails” a couple of months ago. The first thing that happened was she took something that looked like a Dremil drill to my nails! Then I was pretty much stuck with them. I could not remove them for the life of me. My attempts at removing them included a 30 minute soak in an acetone based polish remover that I warmed up. Nothing happened. i finally peeled what was left off. Unless you are going to spend the money and time getting them filled and redone they aren’t worth it.

  • 5 nancy // Aug 4, 2011 at 10:55 pm

    My first solar nails were done about a month ago. She used white tips and filled in with a paste for the rest of the nail. They were very thick. I went to another salon for my next tips and fill and the tech used a paste to do the base and another paste to do the tip. They look much better and are thinner. Are both considered solar?

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