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The Difference Between Acrylic, Gel, and Polygel Nails

Life is not perfect, but your nails can be. These days, getting your nails done might seem like going to the grocery. There are simply too many options and a million different methods to accomplish something. Let’s discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the three most popular nail-care methods nowadays. Acrylic, Gel, and Polygel nails are the three ways. Here’s all you need to know about the different types as told by Reign Studios Experts:

What Are Acrylic Nails and How Do They Work?

Acrylics are made up of a liquid monomer and a powder polymer that are mixed together to make a paste that adheres to the natural nail. It’s then shaped to the proper shape and solidifies in place to give the nail more strength, length, and thickness.

What Are Gel Nails and How Do They Work?

Because gel nails are not extensions of real nails, they are applied like conventional nail polish. Gel nails, unlike conventional nail lacquer, required the use of a UV/LED lamp to work. It also has a far longer shelf life than normal nail polish. The finished product is exceptionally smooth, glossy, and chip-free. They do, however, have significant drawbacks. When compared to ordinary nail polish, gel nails are more difficult to remove. If you’re a first-time user, the removal process can be a little tough because it includes soaking your nails in acetone and rubbing off the polish after it has softened. It may cause your nails to become brittle and dry. After removing your gel nails, we highly recommend hydrating your nails…

What are Polygel Nails, and how do they work?

Polygel nails are a new type of nail extension that is gaining popularity. It’s a cross between the two preceding types. Polygel is essentially acrylic’s and gel’s half-brother. It has all of the advantages of acrylic and gel, but none of the drawbacks (the bad smells of monomer, damaging your nails, and more). Polygel can be used in a variety of ways, including as a nail enhancement and extension, as well as an overlay over natural nails. To make it operate, UV/LED light must still be cured. It’s far lighter than acrylic or gel nails. It also has an unscented scent, which is better for those who are sensitive to chemical odors. It’s just as easy to get rid of poly gel as it is to get rid of acrylic. They are nearly identical. You just file them down with an electric nail file or by hand, then soak off the rest with acetone as you would with gel nail paint removal.

So there you have it: the complete guide by Reign Studio Experts to everything you need to know about the many types of manicures! So consider all the above-mentioned character notes of different manicure types and get the one best suited for you. Try services at Reign Studios India to obtain flawless nails like never before! For a free consultation or appointment visit, www.reignstudiosindia.com or directly swing by your nearest Reign Studio (located in cities across the map, namely Delhi, Mumbai.

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