There are many types of combined manicure, from the classic trim, to the Japanese, who performed in the salons. Each method has its advantages and disadvantages, depending on the specifics of the procedure and instruments for its implementation. Below are detailed the main types of the type described manicure with a detailed outline of their performance.
European and manicure – performing appliances
Manicure – this is a classic event of correction of nails and surrounding elements. Also, this type of treatment is called wet because before the implementation of the measures fingers soaked in a special bath. Tray is selected depending on the individual characteristics of the skin of hands and nails, and can be represented by firming, softening and healing composition.
Before the procedure, it is necessary to give the nail a proper view – for this plate rasp nail file with the appropriate obrazivom. Artificial nails require more stringent nail files, and for polishing and matting nail using light and soft instruments.
Already podpilennye plates descend into the tub, and after five minutes is necessary to pass to the next stage. Now, with the help of a special spatula cuticle is removed, after which it is carefully cut off with tweezers. It is worth noting that such an approach is traumatic to the nail bed, and the completion of all the steps necessary to protect themselves from the work with the ground and other objects that can contribute to infection and inflammation of the top, at least for two days.
The European approach is more environmentally friendly and less traumatic because special softening agents are used to remove the cuticle. Applying specific components can soften the horny skin, and then only will remove it using an orange stick Nail. This type of manicure can achieve the same result, but without going through painful and potentially dangerous processes. However, a positive effect can be achieved only after three to five sessions, as the cuticle is in the early stages is growing unevenly and requires correction.