Choosing the correct materials plays a huge part in nail design. It goes without saying, that the products used for nail modelling need to be of the highest quality to create the best results. This will affect your customer satisfaction, because the longer the nails and nail design hold and the less they need to be redone, the more happy your customers will be to return to your studio again and again. The base of every nail model is built up using UV gels – these come in a range of shades. Clear UV gels allow for individual colouration using nail polish. Those who have a specific colour in mind that they wish to keep from the beginning can choose a UV colour gel in their desired colour to save them from needing to use nail polish. When choosing the desired gel, it doesn’t make a difference if you choose French tips in the desired colour or to have the whole nail that single colour.
Use of UV colour gel for nail art
UV colour gels are available in the shop in a variety of shades – there is something for any taste. A well as the classic colours, there are colour versions with metallic shimmer or glitter elements. The UV colour gels have a medium viscosity, making them easy to use by beginners as well as pros. It is also easy to mix the individual gels to create nail art. UV colour gel Sets make it possible to buy a large selection of colours for a relatively low price. You will certainly save more buying these colour gel sets than individual products.
Application of UV colour gel
The UV colour gel is applied to the roughened natural nail and hardened under a UV lamp. A single application is usually enough to achieve fantastic results that need no further modification. Although it is very practical and easy to use, you should leave nail modelling using UV colour gels to the professionals in a nail salon. Incorrect use can lead to fungal infections and permanently damage the natural nail. The quality of the products being used also has a significant influence on the final result. Inferior gels will often break after one or two weeks. You won’t actually be saving money using cheaper products, you will just need to get the nails redone more often and damage the natural nails. Let a professional at a nail salon advise you when it comes to using UV colour gels. Ultimately you want to be happy with your nails and not need to redo them too often.