Tips to prevent chipping of nail polish and gel on the nails
How do I avoid nail polish or gel chipping on my client's nails?
Nail polish or gel chipping on nails can be a frustrating problem for both nail designers and their clients. It can happen that the nail polish or gel comes off the nails after just a few days and unsightly cracks or gaps appear. But there are some simple steps you as a nail designer can take to avoid nail polish or gel chipping on your client's nails.
- Preparing the nails:
Nail preparation is an important step to avoid nail polish or gel chipping. Make sure the nail surface is clean, dry and free of grease. Remove any residue of nail polish or oil from the nail surface before you start applying nail polish or gel. You can too nail file use to lightly polish the surface of the nails. This improves adhesion and reduces nail polish or gel chipping. Wear to degrease the nail bed Nagel Primer on.
2. Use of Base Coat - Bonder:
A Base Coat - Bonder is an important part of any nail polish or gel manicure. It creates a protective layer between the nails and the nail polish or gel and ensures that the nail polish or gel adheres better. A layer of Base Coat - Bonder on the nails ensures that the nail polish or gel is prevented from chipping.
3. Apply in thin layers:
Make sure each layer has enough time to fully submerge UV LED light hardens. Applying another layer too quickly before the previous layer has fully cured can cause the nail polish or gel to chip off. Allow each coat to cure for at least 90-120 seconds before applying another coat.
A layer Top coat or sealant is the final step of any nail polish or gel manicure. It protects the nail polish or gel from damage and makes the manicure last longer. The top coat should be applied thinly and allowed to dry completely before the client uses their hands.
Bottom Line: Nail polish or gel chipping on your client's nails can be avoided by maintaining a clean nail surface, applying thinner coats, allowing each coat to dry fully, and applying a protective coat of base coat and top coat.