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Gel nail polish

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About gel nail polish

People use gel nail polish for a gel manicure at home or in salons or spas. It is also known as "gelish nails."

What is Gel Nail Polish?

Acrylic monomers and oligomers, which are the components of gel nail polish, combine when exposed to UV light. This procedure, known as curing, transforms the once-liquid gel into a hard, chemical-resistant coating in seconds. A UV light or a UV nail lamp only needs five to 45 seconds to cure, while an LED light will take two minutes. Finally, moisturizers or cuticle oils are applied to the fingers for the nourishment of the cuticles.

What are the Benefits of Gel Nail Polish?

Gel nail polish doesn't chip or peel easily. As a result, it can last much longer than regular nail polish. Gel nail polish, like Gelish nail polish, can provide added strength to weak nails, preventing them from splitting easily. Besides, gel polish on your nails can keep the dirt away. Gel nail polish like the DND gel polish dries quickly, saving you from hours of waiting to dry your nails.

Also, with gel nails, you can be more creative with different colors and designs since applying them to your nails is easy. Gel nails like the Opi gel nail polish are more pigmented. So, you would need only fewer coats to apply on your nails. It is also easy to create the trend cat's eye nails with glossy gelish cat's eye nail polish. A gel polish remains liquid until you use a UV lamp to dry it. So it is easy to fix mistakes within that time. People allergic to nail resin or acrylic can go for “gelish nails”. Compared to acrylic nails, gelish nails feel more natural. Unlike regular nail polish, gel polish, like DND nail polish, does not fade away easily.

How Many Types of Gel Nail Polish are There?

Hard gels become tough once they are cured. They are used for nail extension purposes. Soft gels are soft and are used in gel manicures.