Perfect nail modelling is on the one hand down to the skills of the nail designer, but on the other hand also requires the right products. Premium quality products as well as the nail salon and its employees with the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge are therefore incredibly important for nail design. UV gel is the foundation for professional nail design, and is also the thing that makes nail art and many other types of nail modelling possible in the first place.
Differences in UV Gels
UV gel is a light cured synthetic material that helps in the modelling of artificial nails. There are special gels to use for every step of nail modelling that help you achieve the highest quality, visually stunning results. The gel being used must be light cured in the UV device after every step to strengthen the natural nails. This method will make broken or chipped finger nails a thing of the past. The adhesive or bonding gel is used in the first step to make the nail modelling materials stick more strongly to the natural nails. A builder is then applied after the adhesive gel. This serves to create the actual model for the nail. Depending on taste, you can create round, square, long or short modelled nails. The builder also helps with modelling a C curve. A sealing gel is then applied to finish it off. It is a high-shine gel that makes the nails look particularly pretty. In addition to that, the sealing gel also acts as a protective layer for the modelled nails. Buying from our special offers will also save you some money.
Save yourself the hassle of using various different UV gels when doing nail design with the 1-phase gel. The 1-phase gel will help you with all of your nail modelling needs. There are also 3-phase gels that are no more than an alternative to the normal UV gel system. This system also uses an adhesive, builder and sealing gel. Personal experience and preference are the deciding factors for which system is best to use. It takes most people a while to decide which gel they work best with. There are some differences e.g. in the viscosity, which highly influences the finished look. Value sets allow you to test a variety of systems without having to spend too much money. Try out our various gels until you find the right ones for you.