Solar Nails Research Paper

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Solar Nails? Solar nails are a type of fake nails that offer an alternative to standard acrylic. This type of artificial nails is often presented as being stronger, more durable and easier to maintain and more economical than normal acrylic nails. Of course, there are some potential disadvantages in spite of all the supposed benefits. The application process is usually longer, the initial cost is more expensive, and access to real solar nails can be limited. The main difference between solar nails and acrylic nails is that solar nails are applied as a gel directly on the nail. While acrylic nails are applied using fake nail extensions. Advocates of solar nails consider this as an advantage, as there is no risk of the nail accidentally snatching and…show more content…
The integrity of the design lasts longer because the French style tip is formed using different colored acrylic products. French-boards that are painted with nail polish on fake acrylic nail extensions are much more prone to smart. Solar nail designs will also last much longer than painting tips or other designs on natural nails. The disadvantage is that solar nails are only available in French spikes. Unlike the acrylic or natural nail extensions that can be painted in a variety of colors and patterns. Advantages and Disadvantages of Solar Nails Perhaps the most important con is that there is sometimes confusion about getting the true product. The name "Solar" refers to a particular type of glue product for fake nails. It is made by the company Creative Nail Design, and not to the general procedure or result. Therefore, some customers who request solar nails can actually benefit from a similar treatment achieved with another brand of products. This situation is problematic. Because customers who do not recognize the difference can be fooled by making them pay more for one, or at least different, produced

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