The misconceptions about semi-permanent varnish
Despite its long-lasting hold and neat appearance, semi-permanent varnish still suffers from many misconceptions. In this article, your expert nail supplier Maryton will tell you the misconceptions about semi-permanent varnish.
Misconception 1: semi-permanent varnish would suffocate the nail
Most nail techniques suffer from this prejudice: they would suffocate the nail, thus preventing it from growing back or regenerating. In reality, your nails don’t breathe. Covering them with a layer of semi-permanent varnish, or gel, will not prevent them from growing!
Misconception 2: semi-permanent varnish would damage the nails
Applying semi-permanent varnish doesn’t involve any specific risk for the nails: it takes place like conventional varnish, with one difference. Indeed, the semi-permanent varnish must be dried using a UV lamp, in order to guarantee its good hold and obtain a clean appearance.
Misconception 3: semi-permanent nail polish is made up of toxic products
Semi-permanent nail polish is neither more nor less dangerous than classic nail polish or gel nails. Indeed, all cosmetic products are subject to the same regulations, standards and quality controls set by the European Union. These European standards require varnish producers to test their products before placing them on the market: thus, you avoid any unpleasant surprises!
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