Why does my semi-permanent varnish stick?

During the hardening process of the semi-permanent varnish, a sticky layer is formed. But what is this sticky layer and why does it form? In this article, the nail supply expert Maryton will give you answers. Keep reading!

In fact, a tacky coat is an uncured part of a UV curing product. The sticky layer forms because oxygen in the air interferes with the hardening process of artificial nails. However, some UV curing products are designed to speed up the curing process so that oxygen has no chance of interfering with the formation of molecular chains.

In the case of top coat products, we speak of “no wipe” top coats. These top coats don’t leave a sticky layer. It is important to note that the sticky layer must be removed after the semi-permanent varnish has hardened. This operation can be easily carried out using cellulose cotton and a cleaner.

Removing the sticky layer will reveal the shiny gel polish finish and give your nails the desired look. In addition, I also advise you to invest in some professional manicure sets to care for your nails.

Read also: Why do I have a lot of cuticles on my hands?

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