What are the differences with base coats for semi-permanent gels and LED varnishes?

The chemical composition of semi-permanent gels and LED varnishes is different from that of ordinary varnish. They contain chemicals that react with UV light to dry and harden. In this article, the nail supply expert Maryton will show you the differences with base coats for semi-permanent gels and LED varnishes.

The base coat is an essential step to promote the adhesion of the different layers to each other under the lamp, protect the nail and ensure lasting hold by reducing the risk of early chipping. 

On the removal side, classic semi-permanent bases are sometimes difficult to remove with a risk of damaging the structure of the nail. They require the use of acetone to dissolve them, which destroys the layer of fat that protects the nails and often an abrasive sanding of the nail plate.

Fortunately for you, this is not the case with LED varnish, the Clean alternative to semi-permanent, whose base coat has the same adhesive and protective properties. It removes easily and quickly with a mild solvent without acetone. In one minute, the varnish comes off the nail on its own.

Hoping that this article has pleased you and will give you ideas! In addition, I also advise you to invest in some professional manicure kits to care for nails.

Read also: Minimalist Nail Art Techniques

Leave a Reply