NAIL TECHNICIAN EQUIPMENT
Once you have received your nail technician license , you may think you are ready to work ,but a]you will also need professional nail technician equipment to best serve your clients.
To choose the best nail technician equipment, you must take into account the type business you are working in and the type of service you will provide.
Ex. A nail technician working in a salon will need different equipment than a mobile nail technician , and certain service like predicures require specific equipment.
COSMETOLOGY AND BEAUTY PARLOUR MANGENMENT
Technician ,comfortable and portable tables and chairs are essential. Nail artist who wish to take their service to their clients should also keep mobility in mind when purchasing equipment
Acrylic nails , also known as press on nails, or fake nails, were first invented in the 1970s . the original version were nothing more than piece of plastic shape like fingernails. They did no looknatural and provided no benefit to the natural nails.
Mant people like the look of long fingernails, but not everyone can grow long fingernails on their own , when nails are weak or brittle, acrylic nail tips can be attached to the natural nail to create the illusion of longer natural fingernails.
Acrylic nail tips, or fake nail tips, are applied by professional at nail salon or t home.
HOW TO REMOVE ACRYLIC NAILS
Acrylic nails are glued on top of natural nails, so the very idea of attempting to remove them can bring scary thoughts of having to painfully pry them off. Luckily, there is a much cheaper, safer, and pain free way to remove acrylic nails at home using an ingredients most women with acrylic nail are advised to avoid .acetone.
ACRYLIC NAIL POWDER
Is a substance use to create acrylic nails. It is not used alone , but rather is combined with a liquid chemical that makes it harden . commonly applied both in salons and at home , it is easy and relatively inexpensive to buy.
The main ingredients used in acrylic nail powder is polyethylmethylmethacrylate. commoly called PMMA which is combination of two different monomers , ethyl methacrylate EMA and methyl methacrylate MMA.