After the extension of acrylic nails, women's hands look graceful and elegant. But in order for the nails to remain beautiful for a long time, and the time for the extension procedure was not wasted in vain, you should constantly look after them and carry out the correction in time.
It is especially important not to miss the moment for the first nail correction. To carry it out on time, you need to monitor the condition of your nails. Noticing that they are branches and a place has appeared between the skin and extended nails, you should do the correction without delay.
First, you first need to remove the remnants of the nail polish, and remove the regrown cuticle. Then, between the cuticle and the acrylic surface, file the nail plate. After removing the shine from the nails, you can polish them.
Second, apply an antiseptic to the nail plate. It is worth remembering that a well-prepared nail should turn white.
Thirdly, prepare the necessary material for the further procedure: pour acrylic liquid into a clean container, and pour acrylic powder into another container (always dry).
Fourth, pick up an acrylic brush and make a small ball of powder. Next, apply the mixture with even movements on the nail plate, without affecting the cuticle.
Acrylic should be applied alternately on all fingers, first with the left and then with the right hand. For best adhesion, acrylic takes some time to cure. After the formation of a sticky layer, it must be removed, and the surface must be carefully sanded. After that, you can start designing your nails.
The procedure for the general correction of acrylic nails is carried out approximately once every three weeks and takes from one to two hours, depending on the condition of the extended nails and the experience of carrying out such a procedure.
Almost always, during correction, the natural look remains intact, that is, neither the type nor the color of the build-up changes.
It is worth noting that not only the beauty of the extended nails, but also the health of natural ones, depends on the timely correction procedure, since its absence or irregular conduct can lead to the occurrence of various fungal diseases.