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Gel vs. Acrylic Nails!!!
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As a nail technician I am constantly trying to find better and safer products for my clients. When I studied my course we were taught how to apply acrylic nails but I soon discovered the benefits of Gel Nails. Gel nails provide a faster, easier and safer way of having nail extensions. Faster because there is less filing and no fiddling around with powders and liquid, easier because gel is just a uv gel that is painted on to the nail and cured under a uv lamp, and safer because there is less filing there is less chance of burns or cuts from files. The cost to have gels is around the same as acrylics and last just as long or longer, if you shop around or look in the community advertisements you may find them cheaper. All salons should provide Gel Nails as an alternative to acrylic so it shouldn't be hard to find. Enjoy!!!
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