nails that makes you feel like an absolute goddess – ask Kylie
Jenner, with her always changing sets of stunning talons. And while
they first popped up and gained popularity in the 90s, they’ve been
modernized in a new and chic way – you just have to know what
you’re getting yourself into beforehand.
They can feel “tight” and uncomfortable for the first time. If it
lasts longer than a day or two, you might need to go back to the
salon and try tension relieving tricks, like shortening length or
changing size of the tip.
They need to be maintained and filled every other week because
moisture can get under the acrylic which can create a fungus.
Preparation is key. Prep weak or brittle nails with jojoba oil, which
is a natural strengthener, since many artificial nail strengtheners
can contain formaldehyde.
Ensure that our removal process isn’t removing layers of your own
nail – many salons go straight to drip the acrylic off, but soaking
in acetone for 30 minutes helps break it down so that it can be
removed without the damage.
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