Nail creation: the different nail modeling techniques

There are two main nail modeling techniques: resin modeling and gel modeling. These techniques allow women to camouflage bitten or damaged nails and thus display beautifully manicured nails in all circumstances! Today, the nail supply expert Maryton will explain the different nail modeling techniques to you!

False nails and caps

This consists of applying a UV gel or an acrylic resin to a capsule previously glued to the nail. The application technique consists of sticking a capsule on each nail and then covering it with a resin or several layers of UV Gel.

Resin or gel nail modeling on natural nails

It is more and more common to perform nail modeling in UV gel or resin directly on natural nails. In this case, the modeling is faster to perform. Allow about 45 minutes for a resin modelling, an additional 15 minutes for a gel modelling.

Modeling of nails on stencil or nail extension

The modeling of nails on stencils consists in lengthening the nail thanks to a paper called stencil which will act as a support for the UV gel or the acrylic resin. The stencil replaces the capsule and creates an extension of the nail.

Hoping that this article has pleased you and will give you ideas! In addition, I also advise you to invest in a complete professional manicure set to care for your nails!

Read also: The 5 Most Common Problems Every Manicure Has

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