Monday, December 8, 2014

The Correction of Gel and Acrylic Nails

Some believe that by making an artificial extension to their nails, they can walk with them all their life, but our natural nail grows, and hence, there is a zone where the natural nail is not covered by any of the modeling material. In addition to the strip without acrylic /gel, the stress zone is displaced, which may cause the breaking off of the nail. And, of course, the view of nails in 3 - 4 weeks after extention loses all its original appeal.
Therefore, the masters  of nail extensions are recommending to make a correction once in 2 - 3 weeks to adjust the length, stress zone and cut regrown part of the nail with modeling material.
The correcting time can be approximately 1 to 2 hours, depending on the condition of the nails and the type of materials used.
Most often, the correction does not change neither the color of the french, nor the type of material (acrylic, gel) nor the design ( lacquer effect, french, "aquarium" extension). If you are tired of wearing, for example, pink french, and you decide to make a white one, it is best to remove (acrylic nails- with a special solution, gel nails can be removed only by filing the material) of previous coatings and build new nails, as all the color from the previous design can be seen through, and it affects the beauty of nails. Making the correction, every 2 - 3 weeks your nails will always have a well-groomed appearance.