The semi-permanent varnish is composed of several elements: Polymers, synthetic (acrylates) or natural molecules (shellac, a resin secreted by cochineals), which will group together when the varnish passes under the UV lamp to form a hard and compact layer.
The thinner, a volatile solvent which gives the varnish its texture (but also its smell). The more the varnish contains thinners, the more it will be liquid and easier to apply, but the less it will be covering.
IN GENERAL, SEMI-PERMANENT VARNISHES WHICH CONTAIN A LOT OF SOLVENT ARE ENTRY VARNISHES.
Synthetic film-forming agents, which allow the varnish to have a homogeneous texture for easier application.
Pigments to color the varnish. They can be synthetic or natural. The more the varnish is considered “high-end”, the more pigments it contains, and the more it will be covering.
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