I have gels. They're good, I like them. I have very weak, breaking, will not grow no matter what, nails. Even after the very rare time I've had a gel nail break off, my nail is in pretty good shape underneath. They should do all gel - using the white and blue gel container with the pink goop inside - its way less chemicals, and it's not mixed with acetone. Although you do put your hands in a UV curer.I have a question for the nail fans here...I don't know too much about my nails, having never paid much attention to them, but I was using Seche Vite and OPI chip skip on them for a bit, with OPI or China Glaze polishes, then they all broke and chipped ;p so now I have *really* short, chipped, peeling nails. I have been applying grapeseed oil and olive oil like mad, and moisturising like crazy, but it doesn't seem to be helping...
So i am thinking to have gel nails applied until after December, just to give them a chance to grow, and so i can look reasonable at all the social functions i have to attend for Christmas... Any advice, warnings, or encouragements to give in regard to gel nails? Any help would be appreciated...TIA!
They're more expensive, but they last longer. I get mine done every 3 to 4 weeks. There isn't a noticeable fill line, and they don't yellow, dry out, and peel. Don't do acrylics. Gels are way better.
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