Why shouldn’t you tear off your semi-permanent varnish?

By: Maryton

Why shouldn’t you tear off your semi-permanent varnish? Because you risk damaging your nails. By pulling on the polish to remove it, you are mistreating your nails. You may not see it with the naked eye, but cells are gone with the color. Weakened, damaged nails that will become dry and brittle. They will then require a lot of care to regain their good health.  

There are several reasons for this, here are a few:

An ill-prepared pose

First of all, the nail on which you apply your varnish must be healthy and regular. Take care that it is not damaged and file it with a nail file. Using a primer is the basis of any good manicure, because it will ensure good adhesion of the varnish. Then comes the Base Coat step, it is she who guarantees the longevity of the outfit of the semi-permanent.

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Poor quality varnish

Choose a good quality nail polish for your manicures. Those of poor quality are often too liquid and cause the product to drip. These defects on application cause poor adhesion of the varnish which will peel off quickly.

A varnish and an incompatible lamp

Make sure that the lamp you use for drying is compatible with the product placed on your nail. Also check its power. Lamps offering low intensity will force you to increase the drying time. I’m sure that our LED lamp will be your best choice.

Natural wear

This is perhaps the reason that seems the simplest. A semi-permanent manicure lasts about 3 weeks. Beyond that, your nail polish begins to peel off, this is completely normal. That means it’s time to change it.

As for the installation, there are some basic rules to follow for a smooth removal, which does not damage your nails. Otherwise, the next semi-permanent nail polish may also not last very long. Here are the steps to follow:

  1. polish the surface of the varnish with a coarse file to remove the gloss. This step removes the layer of Top Coat and allows the remover to penetrate better;
  2. prepare remover pads. If you don’t have one, soak cotton balls in remover liquid;
  3. put these cotton pads on your nails;
  4. hold them in place using nail or aluminum clips for about 15 minutes;
  5. remove the varnish that has dissolved using a cuticle pusher, gently scraping;
  6. pass a polishing block on your nails to remove the remains of varnish;
  7. degrease each nail with a cleaner;
  8. take care of your nails and cuticles with the oil.

Now you know not to tear off your semi-permanent nail polish. This is the guarantee to keep your nails healthy! Remember that the nails also go through a manicure set! For more information on our products, visit our Maryton website! Hoping that these steps have inspired you and that they will make you want to try!

Read also:How to remove your semi-permanent varnish?

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