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The New Way to Get a Perfect Manicure – Gel Nails!

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There's a new way to get a perfect manicure, and it's called gel nails! Gel nails are becoming more popular because they last longer and look better than traditional acrylic nails. Gel nails are also easier to take off than traditional acrylic nails, so you can change your look often. Let’s find out more about it.


What are gel nails?

Gel nails are a new type of nail polish that is made from a gel formula. They are similar to regular nail polishes in that they can be painted on your nails and then cured with a UV/LED light. The main difference between gel nails and other nail polishes is that the gel formula is thicker than regular nail polish and it takes longer to dry. It is also considered best when comparing with acrylic nails due to its natural look.

Gel manicures have a longer life than traditional manicures. They can last up to two weeks, depending on the type of gel and the condition of your nails.


The process of getting a gel manicure

You will start by shaping and buffing your nails with a file and removing your cuticles for an even neater finish. After your nails are shaped and buffed, your technician will apply a base coat to your nails. This will help the polish adhere to your nails and also prevent staining. Once the base coat is dry, your technician will paint on the gel polish of your choice. Once the polish is dry, your technician will apply a LED light to cure the polish. This curing process usually takes about 30-60 seconds. Once the light is off, your technician will apply a top coat to seal in the color and add shine. A gel nail manicure typically lasts 2-3 weeks without chipping.


Gel Manicure Benefits

The benefits of getting a gel nail are many. The first benefit is that they last much longer than regular nail polish. They can last up to two weeks without chipping. This is because the gel nails are actually adhered to the natural nails, whereas regular nail polish chips and wears away. Another benefit is that they don't require drying time. You can put them on and go about your day without having to wait for them to dry. And finally, they look very natural and polished. Gel nails are among the most popular and effective cosmetic treatments for nails.


Myth About Gel Nails

There is a myth that gel nails can cure weak nails. But actually, gel nails are not a cure for weak nails, but they can help to protect them and make them stronger. The gel helps to seal in the moisture of the nails, which can help to keep them healthy and strong.


How to care for your gel nails

There are many different ways to care for your gel nails. However, the most important part is to keep them hydrated. You can do this by using a cuticle oil every day and by applying a moisturizing cream or lotion to your hands and nails every night. If your nails start to feel brittle or if they chip easily, you may need to apply a strengthening or nourishing treatment once a week.


When to remove gel nails

The general consensus is that gel nails should be removed every two to three weeks. This is because the gel can cause the nails to become brittle and break if they are left on for too long. In order to remove the gel nails, visit your nearest nail salon for a gel nail removal service. This is because it is considered to be the most effective and least damaging way to remove gel nails. The process of removing them at home can be difficult and may cause damage to the nails if done incorrectly.


Due to a lot of benefits and durability the gel manicure is a popular service that is offered at Vibrant Salon and Spa. The service is performed by one of our dedicated nail technicians who have been trained in the latest techniques. Gel nails are applied by a specialized process that results in a durable, high-quality finish.  Clients are often thrilled with the results of their gel nails treatment and often comment on how they look so natural and beautiful. What are you waiting for? Come on over and see what we have to offer for our gel nail services.


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