Hardening varnish: how to apply it on your nails?
The hardening varnish is applied like a conventional varnish. Before application, be sure to thoroughly clean and degrease your nails. Be careful not to apply hardener to the skin or cuticles: you should only apply it to the nail. If you ever find it difficult to stick out, you can simply apply a barrier cream to these parts of your fingers before any application.
The frequency of application will depend on your goals. If this is your first time using a hardening polish, apply it twice a week.
If you want to do hardening varnish cures, do 2-week cures, about 2 to 3 times a year. After the first day of varnish, renew the layer once a day for the first 3 days, then, after 3 days of treatment, remove the layers of hardening varnish with a non-aggressive solvent. Then put on another layer before repeating the previous steps for 2 weeks.
If you are just using it to maintain your nails, one application every 2 to 3 weeks will be enough.
We recommend applying the hardening varnish in the evening, before going to bed, so that the product has time to penetrate well.
Precautions for use
Be careful, however, because hardening varnishes contain formaldehyde or formalin, an allergenic chemical compound.
IF YOU HAVE VERY FRAGILE NAILS, IT IS THEREFORE BETTER TO AVOID APPLYING HARDENER: IT WILL BE ADVISED RATHER TO REPAIR A TEMPORARY FRAGILIZATION.
Also avoid applying it to nails that have been made soft by applying (and removing) false nails.
This kind of products is very adequate to use with some other professional nail supplies.
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