The application of a semi-permanent nail polish requires very specific steps, which is why there are many types of semi-permanent varnishes. Today, your nail supply specialist Maryton will explain to you what types of semi-permanent varnish exist?
Here are the types of semi-permanent varnish:
The primer is the first coat of varnish. It is used to prepare your nails to receive the UV gel polish. Its role is to degrease the nail and facilitate the adhesion of the layers of varnish.
The base coat and the top coat
The base coat is often confused with the primer. Indeed, it offers protection to UV nails, against certain aggressive components in varnishes. Basically, the top coat is used to reinforce the hold, shine and adhesion of the varnish.
It is an acrylic varnish with nude, beige or pink hues. It can be used as a base but most often it is used to camouflage imperfections on the nails.
The colored UV gel is applied between the base and the top coat in two layers. The application of the gel varnish is done each time under catalyst. In terms of color varnish, there is an infinite choice.
Semi-permanent peel-off varnish
Peel off is a semi-permanent varnish which is very easy to remove. After 10-15 days, you can remove it by yourself like a simple fingertip sticker.
OK! You have know what types of semi-permanent varnish exist, take your manicure sets into action now! Looking forward to seeing your success!
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