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The different types of permanent varnishes

Permanent varnish has seen its popularity skyrocket in recent times, notably with the arrival of new 3 in 1 formulas. An innovative formula that is getting a lot of attention. Today, nail supply expert Maryton will show you the different types of permanent varnishes. Just keep reading!

Traditional permanent varnish

This first generation of semi-permanent varnishes offers an effective alternative to false nails by offering impeccable hold for up to 3 weeks and a natural result. The product is characterized by a soluble acrylic gel formula, barely thicker than a classic varnish.

It is applied in 5 coats: primer, base, two coats of color, finish. Each layer will need to be cured for 60 to 120 seconds under a manicure lamp depending on the varnish and brand used. Prior polishing is necessary for better adhesion. Estimated exposure time 45 minutes.

The 3 in 1 semi-permanent varnish

This new generation of 3-in-1 semi-permanent varnishes is revolutionizing the market and is unanimously acclaimed. With just 1 product to apply in just 2 coats, the time saving is considerable.

Simple to use and much less restrictive than its big brother, the 3 in 1 UV varnish has quickly become the darling of Nails Bars, beauticians but also customers. Beauticians love it for its ease, speed of application and exceptional cost-effectiveness while clients love it for its lacquered finish, intense color and flawless hold.

Hoping that this article has pleased you and will give you ideas! In addition, I recommend investing in some manicure supplies to care for your nails.

Read also: How To Make Your Nail Polish Last Longer?

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