A semi-permanent nail polish will offer you the best quality. Applying semi-permanent, however, requires more concentration than regular nail polish. Today, the nail supply expert Maryton will explain the application of semi-permanent varnish to you.
1) Applying the primer
The primer can increase the adhesion of the semi-permanent. The primer is applied like a classic varnish. It doesn’t need to be catalyzed and dries relatively quickly.
2) The base coat application
It is, as the name suggests, the basis of your semi-permanent. It allows the nail polish to stick and has a protective effect on the nail.
3) The application of semi-permanent varnish
Apply a thin coat of semi-permanent polish to the nails, taking care not to touch the cuticles. Cure your hands under a UV/LED lamp, then apply a second coat, then put it under the lamp again.
4) The application of Top Coat
For a lasting and prolonged effect, it is necessary to apply the Top Coat. Apply a thin layer of top coat and catalyze under the lamp!
5) The Cleaner
Using a cotton pad soaked in cleaner, degrease your nails. Don’t panic, it will not remove the color of your nail polish!
Don’t forget to use professional manicure sets that respect your nails and are suitable for all the extreme conditions that your nails may experience!