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The Difference Between Shellac And Acrylics Nails

Acrylics are fake nails placed over your natural ones. Both can be made to match the shape of the nail, or to extend it. So, when you want longer nails, you are asking for either Acrylic extensions, people also get Acrylics in order to have stronger nails .

Shellac is a blend of gel and nail polish. Because it is like a polish, it can’t be used to extend your nail. Because it is like a gel, however, it does add strength and durability. In the long term Shellac is much less damaging to nails than traditional Gels (or Acrylics).

Acrylic nails are a combination of a liquid monomer and a powder polymer. They create a hard protective layer over your natural nails. The product hardens as it is exposed to the air. Acrylic is transparent. A nail polish is added after.

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Advantages Of Acrylic Nails

  • Provides a perfect canvas for applying nail colour.
  • Acrylic nails are hard and very robust
  • They last longer
  • Easy removal
  • When you break an acrylic nail, you can almost always fix it at home.

Shellac is the brand name, it is a hybrid, meaning half nail polish, half gel. The product can be applied similarly to nail polish on your natural nails (no sculpting or filing). It is cured through UV lighting, just like Gels.

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Advantages Of Shellac Nails

  • Thin and strong product that gives it both flexibility and durability
  • Natural look combined with the shine associated with gel nails
  • Lasts up to 14 days
  • Removal technique through acetone wraps does not leave nails dry, thin, or torn.

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