Solar nails have been around for many years. Whether you are going to a wedding party or just making your fingers look attractive, these artificial nail enhancements are perfect for so many different occasions.
What Are Solar Nails?
They are technically acrylic nails. Then why two names for confusion? Well, as a matter of fact, “solar nails” was initially a trademark for a brand of acrylic nails. It is pretty much like Google to search.
Why Solar Nails?
We all prefer natural, strong, youthful, healthy, and attractive nails. But they don’t always happen to all people all time. Combining a liquid monomer and a powder polymer, a solar nail creates a hard protective layer over your natural nails to give a quick fix to achieve your nail goal temporarily.
Solar nails are strong yet easy to apply or remove. If you do it correctly, solar nails can be quite robust and last a long time. You can do it in most nail saloon or at home. If you break a solar nail, you can almost always fix it yourself at home. If you want to remove your solar nail for whatever reason, the removal process is quite simple and straightforward. You just soak them in nail polish remover rather filing them off.
How To Do Solar Nails?
If you go to your local nail saloon, a technician will mix a liquid monomer and a powder and brush the mixture on to your base nails. The mixture will harden after exposing to the air. The results? You get pretty-looking artificial nails.
Here are some fabulous solar nail designs to spark your inspiration. Check them out if are considering to do yours.
# 1 STEP BY STEP SOLAR NAILS PINK & WHITE COFFIN SHAPE
STEP BY STEP SOLAR NAILS PINK AND WHITE COFFIN SHAPE shows how to do two color acrylics using the c smile cutter. French tips nails. Super white powder and natural pink powder on coffin tips. Shine off with gel topcoat.