3 techniques to soften nail polish

3 techniques to soften nail polish

There are easy and effective techniques to give your favorite nail polish a perfect texture: neither too thick nor too runny. Today, the nail supply expert Maryton will give you 3 techniques to soften nail polish in this article. Dilute nail polish with nail polish remover This method is very well known and even controversial. Nail art purists see it as a direct attack on the quality of a manicure... In reality, diluting too dense varnish with nail polish remover is a good idea. Soften varnish with hot water First, it involves using boiling water. To do this, take a saucepan, fill it very little (about 2cm high) and bring to the boil. Then place......

Why do nails break?

Why do nails break?

The manicure that I just had done not long ago suddenly broke. Why? What measures can be taken to prevent nail breakage? Today, the nail supply expert Maryton will tell you why do nails break. - If the nail is broken lengthwise, this is most likely due to the tool used to cut the capsule. You must use a suitable foil cutter. - If the nail is broken flush with the natural nail, 3 reasons can explain this: The size of the capsule has been chosen incorrectly. The breakpoints have been cleared too much. Recovery has been insufficient. - Finally, in the majority of cases, the breakage is due to an unsuitable nail length and......

How to remove gel or acrylic resin?

How to remove gel or acrylic resin?

If you wear a pose with gel or acrylic resin, when should you remove them? This question being very often asked, Today, the nail supply expert Maryton will tell you how to remove gel or acrylic resin in this article. In most cases, removal is done with a nail drill and with a nail file. It is important that this method is performed by a professional to avoid damaging your natural nails. Indeed, when removing the gel or resin, it is essential to know when to stop filing so as not to reach your natural nail and damage your nail plate. The nails don’t “breathe” but they have been deprived of contact with the air......

What is catalysis?

What is catalysis?

The LED lamp will catalyze your varnish, catalyze? Yes, with semi-permanent varnishes we are not talking about drying, but about catalyzing. Thus, what is catalysis? Today, the nail supply expert Maryton will give you answers. The semi-permanent varnish catalyzes under UV lamp, that is to say that it will freeze, adhere to the surface of your nail but it will leave it sticky, therefore not really dry... This is why we are going to forget the word dry which is really confusing. Many beginners are surprised that the varnish is still not dry after 1, 2, 5, 10 minutes under the lamp and come back to us saying "your lamp does not work......

Choosing the semi-permanent manicure for summer

Choosing the semi-permanent manicure for summer

Do you prefer to do the semi-permanent yourself at home or have it done by a professional? Both options are valid. If you decide to make them yourself at home, choose a semi-permanent manicure for summer. Consider the color It is essential to keep in mind that the sun, chlorine and salt spoil the colors. If you are going to spend a lot of time at the beach or in the pool during your vacation, keep in mind the tone you are going to choose for your permanent manicure. For example, light shades like pale pink, pearlescent or white tend to lose their shine and power. In this sense, we recommend using more......