Table of contents:
- 1. Semi-permanent nail polish does not allow you to change the shape of the nail
- 2. You must contact a good professional
- 3. It saves you time
- 4. It's best to let some time pass between manicures
- 5. It also lasts up to 3 weeks
2023 Author: Devin Ellington | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 14:26
Everything you need to know before doing a manicure with semi-permanent nail polish
We all know the importance of having hands always in order, they are in fact our business card and tell a lot about us.
There manicure with permanent enamel it is among the most popular because it allows you to have flawless nails for a long time without the risk of finding yourself with chipped enamel.
Are you sure you know everything about semi-permanent nail polish? Here are the 5 things you need to know before choosing this type of manicure.
1. Semi-permanent nail polish does not allow you to change the shape of the nail
For that, or if you suffer from nail biting, you have to move towards the gel or acrylic reconstruction. The semi-permanent nail polish allows you to have nails always in place for about two weeks, always shiny and resistant.
2. You must contact a good professional
Semi-permanent nail polish does not involve particular risks, as long as it is done in an excellent nail salon where safe products are used and all hygiene rules are respected. Furthermore, the removal of the enamel is very delicate, for this reason it is essential that it be performed by qualified people.
3. It saves you time
Semi-permanent nail polish is ideal if you don't have a lot of time to devote to traditional DIY manicure, saving you from replacing the nail polish every 2-3 days. An advice? Choose passepartout colors, so you can combine them with any outfit. Evergeen are reds and burgundy, nude, light pink and, why not, black.
4. It's best to let some time pass between manicures
No, nails do not breathe and semi-permanent nail polish itself is not bad for your nails. However, as we said, the removal phase with a file and solvent can weaken the nails. Better to spend a few weeks and opt for a traditional manicure by applying a strengthening treatment between two manicures.
5. It also lasts up to 3 weeks
If the nails are not "scrambled", the polish can last even longer than the canonical 15 days. Just be careful not to let your nails suffer bumps and always use gloves when doing housework. Of course, the quality of the enamel also has its importance.