10 Things You Need To Know Before Getting Acrylic Nails

Ask Kylie Jenner, who has exquisite talons that are constantly changing, about acrylic nails that make you feel like a goddess. Even though they first appeared and became popular in the 1990s, they have been updated in a fresh and stylish style — you simply need to be aware of what you’re getting yourself into in advance.

1. For the first time, they could feel “tight” and uncomfortable. You might need to return to the salon and attempt some tension-relieving techniques, including decreasing the length or altering the tip size, if it persists for more than a day or two.

2. Every other week, maintenance and filling are required because moisture can penetrate the acrylic and lead to the growth of fungus.

3. Planning is essential. Jojoba oil, a natural nail strengthener, should be used to prepare weak or brittle nails because many fake nail strengtheners include formaldehyde.

4. Check to make sure our removal technique isn’t damaging layers of your own nail. While many salons drip off the acrylic immediately, soaking it in acetone for 30 minutes helps break it down so that it may be removed without causing damage.

5  As unclean procedures might result in diseases that will undoubtedly make you want to avoid manicures for a while, check sure your nail technician is using sanitized equipment.

6. Consider the shape; a square would be better if you type a lot, but an oval will suit most hand sizes and is a timeless option. Even if you want vampy Kardashian nails, start short. As they lengthen, you can always get them filled in.

7. Invest in a quality cuticle oil to prolong the life of your acrylics and to keep the skin around them and your nails healthy.

8. Once you’ve had your acrylics done, wear gloves whenever you wash the dishes or use cleaning supplies, particularly those that include chlorine, which will inevitably damage a brand-new manicure.

9. These nails can be applied in up to 1.5 hours by a skilled and meticulous operator, and they endure for two to three weeks.

10. A new set can cost more than $100, but given that it is more complex and lasts two to three times as long as a regular manicure, the steep price is reasonable.