What material for nail extension is better: gel or acryle?
If you decided to increase to yourself a marigold, your desire to learn what materials are used for nail extension and what they differ in will be quite natural. The most widespread materials for creation of artificial nails are gel and acryle. There are also other materials, for example, pitch or silk, but they are used by masters much less often therefore we will not speak about them yet.
Among “ inexperienced “ clients various opinions on quality these or those materials based only on talk of girlfriends and statements of nonprofessional masters go. For example, it is often possible to hear that gel is useful to nails, and acryle is harmful. Such opinion is very widespread, but it is wrong! I always in detail ask clients why they prefer this or that material. Most of those who prefer to acryle gel, say that gel has absolutely harmless structure, externally gel for modeling of artificial nails is similar to gels and body creams. And here acryle, in their opinion, is poisonous and very much spoils natural nails, it has such pungent chemical smell!
Actually, the chemical composition of gel differs from acryle a little. Are surprised? And it is actually very similar materials. But why then gel smells of nothing at all, and acryle has such pungent smell? All the matter is that acryle is a self-cured material, it stiffens on air, at the expense of the evaporation. And gel is a light-cured material, its structure included photoinitiators who force material to harden in the light of an ultraviolet. Therefore a gel marigold will always polymerize in special UF - lamps.
Influence of gel and acryle as chemical on a nail plate absolutely equally, namely - neither that, nor other material will do to your natural marigold harm if nails before procedure of building are prepared by the master correctly. Is of great importance and the correct removal of artificial nails.
There are such clients who prefer only acryle as are sure that it is much stronger than gel. Actually these materials are almost identical also in this plan. But only provided that modeling of nails is executed correctly. The matter is that it is more difficult to simulate gel nails correctly, gel has property to spread. Therefore if your marigold “ ploskovata “ (ploskovata, but not tonkovata) they can burst and break. There is no fault of gel, only the master is guilty.
In process “ " socks; nails you can have also other problems. It is about peelings of material from a nail plate. Most often peelings appear about a cuticle and on each side. With confidence I can tell that in 90% of such cases your master as the wrong preparation of natural nails for building, the wrong calculation of material or insufficient processing of nails after building is an abrasive the most frequent reason of peelings is guilty. However you do not hurry to abuse the master if this problem concerns you. And suddenly you belong to those 10% which just did not suit this or that material?
Happens that the organism just does not accept acryle (or, on the contrary, gel), then it is worth trying other material. By the way, acrylic nails can badly stick owing to hormonal violations (reception hormonal to preparations, pregnancy), then it is worth trying gel. In some degree also reception of antibiotics, and also gipergidroz influences (excessive humidity of hands). But I will repeat again: before changing material, replace the master - often a problem in it.
The master in nail extension is as the doctor, it needs to trust, if the master vysokoprofessionalen, it will define at once what material suits your marigold more. So mine to you council: if you want beautiful nails, then elect the master, but not material!