Glam Nails & Beauty
Dublin 2 - City Centre
April 2, 2019 By Beauty
* This article was originally published here
Safe and careful gel removal ensures the health of your nail bed and prepares your nails for another manicure or new extensions. First, your therapist uses a filing tool to remove the top layer of the gel. Then your nails are soaked in acetone. After that, your therapist removes any excess and returns your nails to the acetone bath for additional time if necessary. Any stubborn bits of gel that remain are carefully buffed off. You can decide what to do next with your fresh, clean palette of nails.
A gel polish may be all your nails need to look cute and clean. First, your nails are filed into your desired shape. After, a thin, even base coat is applied. Next, your nails are painted with the colour of your choice and left to cure. An additional coat is then applied and cured. Last, a top coat is applied. If you're pressed for time but still want flawless nails, a gel polish application is the treatment for you.
There is nothing worse than one or two broken nails out of an otherwise flawless manicure. First, your hands and nails are sanitised. Your therapist then removes your nail polish. Then the broken nail is filed down. Next, your cuticles are pushed back. Then the nail is reapplied and shaped to match your original manicure. Sometimes a quick nail repair fix is all you need to make your manicure last.
Manicures are great! What better way to have fabulous-looking nails for over two weeks? They make you feel more polished, elevate every look and are perfect for special occasions. But they grow out, and when they do, they can be a little unsightly. Thankfully, help is at hand. Head to your local salon or nail bar for professional nail or gel polish removal that’ll keep your nails healthy and strong.