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Types of Manicure Treatment

Types of Manicure Treatment, Montreal Manicure

Manicures are an excellent way to keep your nails healthy and beautiful while giving yourself the chance to experiment with new colors and trends without making any permanent or irreversible changes to your appearance.

At its core, a basic manicure involves having a nail technician apply a base coat and two coats of polish before curing them with UV lights.

Basic Manicure

There are various options when it comes to getting a manicure, from traditional polish, sculpted nails, shellac and more. It is essential that you understand each type’s benefits so you can select the appropriate option.

Basic manicure services typically consist of nail cleaning, cuticle trim and shaping as well as application of your chosen polish color. They’re an excellent way to try out new colors or nail designs without making a long-term commitment.

Polygel manicures use a hybrid of gel and nail polish, which lasts longer and may be less damaging to nails than traditional polishes. Light is necessary, while removal typically uses acetone. They’re an excellent choice for people with sensitive skin who may also benefit.

French Manicure

A classic French manicure features natural-colored nails with white tips. This timeless style complements virtually every outfit and skin type.

“Using design brushes with proper bristle structure and applying fast-drying top coat are the keys to creating crisp, clean smile lines,” according to Minina. “Maxus Nails FINITO nail polish formula dries quickly without dragging during application for perfect smile lines,” Minina notes.

Manicures offer an easy and cost-effective way to experiment with new colors or nail designs without making a permanent commitment. You can switch up your style as often as you’d like with gel nail polish, which has a high sheen that lasts much longer than traditional nail polish.

American Manicure

American manicure is the newer cousin to French manicure. It offers similar aesthetic with more natural-toned colors to achieve an overall more balanced and toned appearance.

This style begins by applying a base color of neutral nude shade or bright flesh tone before white polish is added to each nail tip for an attractive yet subtle look suited for numerous events ranging from formal ones.

Remark says the softer white used for this manicure works better with individual skin tones than a standard French manicure, and can easily be personalized through nail art such as adding subtle accents like rhinestones to each nail or creating glittery effects.

Gel Manicure

Dobos notes the advantages of this manicure include its longevity (usually 10 days or more) and protection. The hard shell acts as an additional safeguard against harsh chemicals and pollutants which could otherwise break down natural nails, says Dobos.

At Ami Streets’ London-based session manicurist clinic, she uses structured gel products with thicker viscosities than regular polishes to enable sculpting, shaping and extending of nails – according to Ami Streets herself.

Gel polishes, like all nail polishes, are composed of polymers. Unfortunately, UV rays used to cure gel polish can be harmful, so it is advised that you apply broad spectrum sunscreen after each manicure session.

Nail Art

Nail art is an expressive way of painting, decorating and embellishing nails with paint or glitter. This form of artwork can be done on fingernails and toenails after manicures and pedicures have taken place.

Nail art can be an excellent way to both relax and break the habit of nail biting, while regular manicures help increase blood flow to hands and nails which is great for health benefits.

Many salons provide a variety of nail art designs, such as stenciling, marbling, polka dots and blended colors. Others may add glitter or jewels. Some salons even host workshops where participants learn how to do these designs at home using special tools or household items like toothpicks or earbuds.

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