Gel Nail Enhancements
What is Gel?
Gel nails are a type of artificial nails that most closely resembles the natural nail. Gel nails are similar to acrylic nails, as they are both made from a combination of a monomer liquid and polymer powder. The monomer liquid reacts with the polymer powder to form long polymer strands. The strands, when dry, form a hard resin that resembles a fingernail.
Gel nails, unlike standard acrylic nails, contain additional short chain monomers, known as oligomers, that makes the nails more flexible.
The biggest advantage gel nails have is that they look identical to natural nails. They are thin and flexible, with a glossy appearance. The mixture used to make the resin is also completely odorless.
Builder in a Bottle
Flexible strength comes from the perfect balance of soft-gel and hard-gel properties. Gives your nails the strength they need without the cracking associated with hard gels, or painful, damaging breaks associated with acrylic nail extensions.
Crystal clear or conseal formulas to create extensions and for correcting imperfections.
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