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Why is my gel or semi-permanent varnish peeling off?

If your gel or semi-permanent varnish peels off, it is often the result of poor preparation of the nail. This preparation step shouldn’t be neglected, whether for the health of your nails or for the hold of the gel and the semi-permanent varnish.

Here is how to proceed so that there is no detachment:

  • Disinfect hands
  • Push back cuticles
  • Matify the top of the natural nail with a buffing block
  • Degrease the natural nail with cleaner
  • The nail must no longer have traces of oil
  • Apply a coat of primer
  • Dust well after each filing
  • The gel or semi-permanent varnish must absolutely not touch the skin
  • The primer layer shouldn’t be too thick
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Reasons for UV gel peeling:

  • Forgetting to apply a thin layer of the primer
  • Primer layer too thick
  • There is dust on the nail
  • Natural nail that re-greases too quickly
  • Nails that are not well degreased
  • Gel or varnish that touches the cuticles

We hope you liked this article and that it will inspire you for future. In addition to these, I advise you to invest in a complete manicure set to care for your feet in daily life.

Read also: Treatment of toenail fungus or onychomychosis

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