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What are the differences between Acrylic, Solar, Powder Gel and Brisa Gel nail enhancements?

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What are the differences between Acrylic, Solar, Powder Gel and Brisa Gel nail enhancements?

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Anny Key15

Personally, I use only Kodi professional gel polishes and my manicure retains a beautiful look for 4 weeks. It is not only profitable, but also convenient. By the way, this polish does not need to be cut, it is enough to apply a special liquid, wait 10 minutes and your nails will be clean and ready for a new application of color coating.

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Tamarina105

Acrylic nails are not as fashionable as before.

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Acrylic is the most popular type of enhancement and consists of a clear liquid and powder application over artificial tips. Acrylic nail enhancement is great for occasional wear and is resistant to chips and cracks. However, it is not recommended for long-term wear or for anyone who plans on going tanning or staying in the sun because it tends yellows under UV light. Solar Nails (a.k.a Porcelain Nails, Acro Gel) is a pink and white liquid and powder application over artificial tips. The white powder tip provides superior durability. The final gel top coat is cured under a UV lamp to give a shiny mirror finish that does not fade. This is the strongest type of nail enhancement and does not yellow. Powder Gel (a.k.a Crystal Nails, Solar Gel) is a liquid and powder gel enhancement that is lighter and shinier than acrylic. A final UV gel top coat adds a resistant, glistening finish. The sculptured set is free-formed without artificial tips and is clear as crystal. Brisa Gel is the newest ty

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Acrylic is the most popular type of enhancement and consists of a clear liquid and powder application over artificial tips. Acrylic nail enhancement is great for occasional wear and is resistant to chips and cracks. However, it is not recommended for long-term wear or for anyone who plans on going tanning or staying in the sun because it tends yellows under UV light. Solar Nails (a.k.a Porcelain Nails, Solar Gel, Pink & White) is a pink and white liquid and powder application over artificial tips. The white powder tip provides superior durability. The final gel top coat is cured under a UV lamp to give a shiny mirror finish that does not fade. This is the strongest type of nail enhancement and does not yellow.

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