Helium nail design gradually replaces acrylic build-up. When working with false nails, masters use two and three-phase means, and beginners prefer a single-phase gel. Why is it so popular to build a single-phase gel? First, it's cheaper. Secondly, until you have a hand, it will be easier for you to design with one tool. Thirdly, single-phase gels are sufficiently strong and non-toxic.
How does this work
Few people, except for professionals, understand, How does it work single-phase gel. Therefore, a novice in the nail design can be difficult to navigate in the choice of material. Beginner masters often overpay themselves without understanding for what, although quality build-up can be done much easier.
In the procedure, three stages are distinguished. The first ensures the coupling of the natural plate with the gel. The second helps to adjust the shape and length of the nail. At the third stage, the work is consolidated and a glossy luster is created. Some masters at different stages work with different gel. But a single-phase gel allows you to perform both build-up and design with a single jar, as it includes both priming, and modeling, fixing particles.
What is good about single-phase gel
Beginners, learning the basics of building up, are often interested in how a single-phase gel works. Some people think that it is less qualitative than two or three-phase material. This is not so, just a single-phase gel simplifies the work.
The consistency of this product is rather fluid, which facilitates the modeling of the shape of the artificial nail. In addition, this product provides a strong coupling with a natural plate, and this ensures a long wearing of the accrued nails without peeling the material.
It is believed that the build-up of single-phase gel is more sparing and is shown even with weakened, damaged and brittle nails. By the way, it also does not cause allergies and can be used to build up even to pregnant women.
Features of nail extension with single-phase gel
The term "single-phase" does not imply the application of only one layer of gel. It's just that the same procedure is used in all three stages of the procedure.
To ensure a lasting result, a single-phase gel is mainly used for building on tips. It is this product that negates the distinction between the overhead and natural nail in the modeling process.
Sometimes beginners can not make a beautiful form with a single-phase gel the first time, since it is too liquid. Nails can turn out either flat, or thickened at the ends. Avoiding this problem is easy. After forming the apex zone – the most convex part of the plate – you need to turn your hand palm up. Gel flows exactly where you need it.