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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 ...

How to make your nail polish last longer?

During the summer months, your nails are assaulted by sand, sea and chlorine. But don't worry, nail supply expert Maryton shares some foolproof tips for preserving your manicure. Let's find out how to highlight your nails, without having to constantly reapply polish. Follow these three key steps to maximize the life of your varnish. 1. Cast the base Before applying your nail polish, make sure to clean your hands and nails thoroughly. Then, soften the cuticles, either with a special oil or hand cream. The expert recommends that we only put the product on the contour of the nails so as not to interfere with the application of the base. To best prepare the nail, don't forget to file y...

How to fight soft nails?

Because strong and healthy nails are a dream for each of us, Maryton has prepared a complete guide to effectively combat soft and fragile nails. These problems, which make your daily life uncomfortable and tedious, can be easily solved with these suggestions. What is soft nail? Soft nail is a nail that has lost its resistance and solidity. It tends to bend with little effort and is more susceptible to damage. As a matter of fact, they also represent a health risk, because brittle or cracked nails can become routes of infection for bacteria and microbes. Additionally, a person with soft nails is more likely to develop conditions such as ingrown toenails and fungus. What causes ...

How to remove semi-permanent varnish?

If you wear semi-permanent varnish, everyone may face the problem of removing semi-permanent varnish. How should it be removed? Don’t panic, Maryton will tell you the answer in this article. Read on! To do this, you will need to have: A buffing block or a soft file 180 or 240 gritCosmetic acetone or gel polish remover The first step is to refine the existing installation to facilitate the absorption of the acetone. You must use the file or the block and go back and forth on the nail until you obtain a matte nail without any shiny part. Then apply a remover or cosmetic acetone to a cotton pad or in a manicure bowl and leave the solution to act until the varnish is dissolved ...

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