Acrylic Nail Products
What type of acrylic nail products does your nail technician
use to make your acrylic nails beautiful?
The acrylic nail products that are needed are:
balls and paper or nail towels (be sure that the type
you choose does not shed)
• nail brush (to scrub your
nails after filing)
• nail polish remover (to remove any
polish that may be left from the last time you polished
• nail files (one with a coarse side and one
with a finer side - each has it's own purpose)
nipper (to remove the dead skin from the cuticle)
• nail glue (use a quality nail glue to ensure
the nails will stay in place longer)
• liquid acrylic
(to be mixed with the acrylic powder)
• powdered acrylic
(if you plan on using a cheap powder be prepared for
the powder to turn yellow)
• acrylic brush (used to apply
the acrylic – be sure to buy a good brush and clean
it after each use)
• dampening dish (to hold your acrylic
liquid when you are applying acrylic).
Using topcoats or fast dry acrylic nail products will
help your nails dry faster and last longer.
Wonderful nail oils are acrylic nail products that will
enhance your nails and help them not become as brittle.
Massaging your hands and fingers while applying moisturizer
will also help your nails receive the nutrients that
are needed for healthy nails.
Now on to designing acrylic nail products. You can find
all types and colors of nail polish to make your new
nails beautiful. Your nail technician will be able to
advise you all colors for your skins complexion.
There are so many different acrylic nail products that
you will have a hard time deciding which to use first.
You can buy stencils and have your nails airbrushed or
even have them painted. Piercing your nails is another
wonderful way to accent your style, then you can add
charms as desired.
You can usually find all of your acrylic nail products
at your favorite salon or beauty supply store. Be sure
understand how to use each product before using. You
do not want to damage your natural nail or cuticles.
If you are ever in doubt on how to use any of these products
you can ask your nail technician. She will be more than
happy to help you with your nail care product decisions.