Nail lifting is common problem among those who get their nails done but for everyone. Years of research has revealed that there are basic causes for nails lifting. They fall into three categories: observable causes, hidden causes, and chemical causes. When dealing with nail lifting on acrylic nails, Pine Island residents should be are of the hidden causes first because they are also the most bizarre. For example, specific types of medications such as heart and thyroid medications, as well as diabetes medications. Some say that even the food and specific minerals and vitamins have an effect on nail lifting.
Observable Causes For Nail Lifting
Many times the cause of nail lifting is tied closely to the lack of proper preparation by the Technician at the time the nails are applied. The general consensus of opinion is that No Lift Primer is the best on the market. But even the best products will not adhere the acrylic to the nail plate if the preparation has not been performed properly. Moisture and natural oils are another big problem for acrylic nails. Pine Island residents should be aware that moisture on your nails make it harder for the materials to bond to your nail and the acrylic one. There are many other observable causes for nail lifting such as medical conditions and nervous habits.
Chemical Causes of Nail Lifting
The last of the many causes of nail lifting falls into the category of chemical causes. Dust is a huge problem getting into primer and acrylic powder, causing holes, bumps and depressions when the materials have a chance to harden and dry. Smoke like dust can also cause a problem when bonding but also it is possible that the problem is found in the glue that is used in the procedure. When taking care of acrylic nails, Pine Island residents shoudl be aware of the cleaning products they use or the food that you cook with. Both household cleaners and acidic foods can come into contact with your nails and cause them to lift.
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