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Several reasons for the peeling and warping of nail polish adhesive


Diversification and fast-paced are the keywords of this era, and the trend of nail enhancement has also changed with different times. In recent years, nail polish adhesive has become a leader in the trend of nail enhancement due to its diverse styles, long-lasting retention time, excellent demountability, high glossiness, and environmentally friendly and healthy product formulations. But sometimes nails (nail polish glue) that take a certain amount of time and money to make become warped or peeled off, or have a dull luster, what is the reason for this? Let's take a look together!

1) The nail surface is not properly ground or the nail surface is not cleaned after grinding
Before making nails, it is necessary to make a basic carving mold, which is the basic nail polish adhesive operation step. The polishing is not in place, and some areas are not polished to the point where the adhesive cannot fully adhere to the nail surface. As a result, the adhesion of the base adhesive is insufficient, which can easily cause local warping or even the entire piece to fall off. So, cleaning and removing grease and dust after grinding (do not come into contact with oily substances at this time) will help the nail polish glue stay on the nail surface for a longer time. If the cleaning is not in place and there is oil, moisture, or impurities on the nail surface, it will cause the nail polish glue to not fit the nail, leading to shrinkage and falling of the glue.

2) Applying too much primer
Just apply a thin layer of adhesive/bonding agent as much as possible. If applied too thick, it can easily cause the nail polish to curl up.
The bottom glue has been illuminated for too long and too dry, causing the bottom glue to lose its proper adhesion and firmness.

3) The color glue is too thick
The color glue should not be too thick. Generally, the correct method is to apply two coats of solid color and three coats of light translucent color. It is recommended to apply it thinly for the first time, and after lighting up, apply it again normally. Generally, the color will be very full. If applied too thick, it not only makes it difficult to completely dry and wrinkle, but also brings a particularly heavy feeling.

4) Be sure to wrap the edges well, and try to wrap the edges once for every layer you make. Starting from applying the primer and continuing until the end of applying the sealing layer. No coverage or nail coverage

5) Excessive application of sealing layer
Try not to let the sealing layer flow into the nail groove. If too much is taken and accidentally flows into the nail groove, please clean the nail groove as soon as possible. If the application is too much, too thick, and the lighting time is not enough, it will also result in insufficient adhesion and easy detachment.

6) The use of cleaning solution is incorrect
Don't save on cleaning solution. After washing it thoroughly, it is not easy to have the sealing adhesive dry and crack, and the brightness can also be better displayed. Wipe one finger with a piece of cotton, do not rub back and forth repeatedly. Rub it regularly, twice with each finger. At present, the technology of wash free sealing layer is mature, and it is recommended that everyone use wash free sealing layer more. Time saving and efficient.

7) Insufficient lighting time
One of the common mistakes that many nail salons make is to ask customers to take their hands out of the lamp when they feel that time is enough based on their experience. In fact, different products and operations require attention to the timing of lighting. It is best to strictly follow the number of seconds to take sufficient time.

8) Quality issues with lamps
At present, the quality of many UV or LED lamps in the market is uneven, and the wattage, wavelength, and shelf life are basically nonsense. Some adhesives have no quality issues themselves, but due to the poor quality of the lights, more time is needed to make up for it. It is recommended to purchase high-power and more stable nail salons or nail salons. And timely detect and replace outdated lamp tubes.

9) Immediately lift and edge after application
This situation is caused by incorrect operation, where the application area is too large and exceeds the nail range (connected to the skin around the nail). The correct method is to leave a margin of 0.8 millimeters at the back of the nail when applying, to avoid nail polish sticking to the surrounding finger skin, which can easily cause edges.

10) Problems with one's own nails
Due to everyone's different physical constitution, some people have thinner nails or faster metabolism on the nail surface. After completing the manicure, a new layer of oil protection is formed on the nail surface for a short time, and this type of nail is also relatively easy to fall off. But this type of nail is relatively rare, and most of the problems encountered by everyone are due to the above reasons.
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