Acrylic nails are a type of artificial nail extension used in place of natural nails. Acrylic nails are strong and durable. This manicure technique involves applying glue or primer on the nail first. After that, the artificial nail is set on top of the existing nail. At the same time, users must be careful to avoid skin contact in order to reduce allergy reactions.

Acrylic nails require professional assistance for removal. Soaking nails is the most used method of removal of acrylic nails. It does not cost much to apply acrylic nails. Acrylic nails are hard and thick. Therefore, there is a slight uneasiness about wearing them. Acrylic nails also give a very strong smell during the duration of application. There is a possibility of causing severe or mild damage to the nails after the application. However, after applying the acrylic nails, they dry fast.

  1. Getting Your Nails Ready
  • Remove old nail polish.
  • Trim your nails
  • Buff the surface of your nails
  • Push back your cuticles
  • Use the nail primer
  1. Applying the Acrylic
  • Apply the tips
  • Get the acrylic materials ready
  • Load the acrylic brush with acrylic
  • Apply the acrylic mixture to your nails
  • Let the acrylic dry
  1. Finishing the Nails