The semi-permanent varnish is a small revolution for those who never find the time to redo their manicure. Indeed, a classic varnish is damaged at the slightest opportunity. With semi-permanent varnish, there is no need to worry about it, except when it comes to removing it. Today, we will talk about how to remove semi-permanent varnish.
Semi-permanent varnish: what is it?
This is an acrylic gel nail polish. This composition allows it to stay in place without flaking or tarnishing for almost 3 weeks. It has the same texture as a classic nail polish. The steps are all the same: starting with preparing the nails, filing them, cleaning them and pushing back the cuticles.
Once prepared, the nails receive a base to strengthen them and pass under a UV lamp. When the base is dry, two coats of varnish are applied, with a drying time in between. Finally, a protective layer is also applied and dried under a UV lamp.
Semi-permanent varnish: how to remove it?
This type of manicure doesn’t make polish removal very easy.
The simplest, but it is also the most expensive solution, is to return to an institute. A beautician will perfectly know the gestures to be carried out, gently, to find clean and radiant natural nails.
Another solution is to obtain a kit that can be found in institutes that practice the application of semi-permanent varnish, or to bring a solvent rich in acetone, cotton and aluminum foil, and remove it yourself at home by following the steps practiced in the institute.
Semi-permanent varnish: another method to remove it
All you need to do is equip yourself with an acetone remover and a scrub glove. It is then simply necessary to immerse the fingers in a bath of solvent and, after a few minutes, gently rub with the exfoliating glove, while keeping the fingers in the bath. The operation is to be repeated several times until all the nail polish is off.
Semi-permanent varnish: taking care of the nails after removing it
This type of varnish is not insignificant for the health of the nails. It should be avoided if they are already weakened or damaged. Under the layers of varnish, the nails find it difficult to “breathe”, so it is advisable not to practice semi-permanent varnish non-stop. It is better to let the nails “take the air” between two poses.
To take care of your nails, it is also strongly recommended, after removing the semi-permanent varnish, you should protect them regularly by using manicure supplies. Find a lot of high quality products on our site.I believe you won’t return empty-handed!
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