What happened to the bubbles in the nail polish?

April 13, 2023 Longchang Chemical

What happened to the bubbles in the nail polish?

First, the nails are not cleaned up; second, the base gel is not used properly, too thin or too thick; third, too much bonding agent is used. These three reasons can cause nail polish bubbles and affect the nail art effect.


How to deal with bubbles in nail polish?

1, if the nail is ready to seal the layer but found bubbles, the solution is relatively simple, use cotton swabs to wipe off the coated nail polish first, if the light is wiped off with a frosting strip, and then reapply the nail polish, then do the light and seal the layer.

2. If you find bubbles inside the nail art, it’s a little bit more troublesome to solve, you need to sand off the sealing layer with abrasive strips, you can only sand the place with bubbles, and then see if the color is different, if not, you can color it first and then seal the layer, if the same, you can seal the layer directly.


Can I still use nail polish after 5 years?

Under normal circumstances, nail polish can’t be used after five years. It’s a good idea to keep the nail polish in a sealed environment, the type of nail polish, the volume and the process. It has little to do with the number of times you use it. Most nail polish has a shelf life of 2 to 3 years after opening the can.


Does nail polish evaporate?

Nail polish is a taboo except for sunlight, but it’s hard to dry nail polish in the air, so people don’t care. However, the air can make the solvent in the nail polish evaporate and cause the nail polish to thicken or even deteriorate, so the nail polish basically can’t be used anymore, which may cause discomfort to the human body and seriously affect the customer experience. So, after the use of nail polish must be covered, brush the nail surface when steady and fast, thickened nail polish should not continue to use.


Is nail polish a base coat?

Nail polish is not a base coat. Nail polish and nail polish have the same function, but the ingredients are different. The base coat is not for nail coloring, but to protect the nails from external damage.


The nail polish gel has particles inside how to do?

1. The nail surface dust cleaning is not clean – brush is too dirty or cleaning times are too little, are the cause of the problem, timely cleaning brush and use clean water (high quality) or 99% alcohol to clean the nail surface, so that its dust grease reduction.
2. The bottle of nail polish is shocked – too much shock will produce a large number of air bubbles, which will cause the nail surface to be uneven if removed immediately for use. If you encounter such a problem, you should deal with it promptly and brush down quickly with a glue brush by lightly tapping the bubbles.
3. Apply nail polish too fast – too fast is also very easy to produce bubbles, control the strength and speed, evenly applied problem will be solved. If you encounter the problem of bubbles, the solution is the same as above.
4. nail polish bottle mouth is contaminated – nail polish after use to clean the bottle mouth, if not timely cleaning, will cause the brush head cover inside too dirty, and the bottle mouth of the nail polish easy to dry out the nail particles, resulting in taking the glue will be fine dust particles into the gel, so that it is seriously contaminated. Timely cleaning of the bottle will improve this problem, if the gel is too serious pollution, please replace the product in time to avoid customer complaints affect the quality of customers. Daily cleaning bottle mouth can be used with a cotton pad with some cleaning solution to wipe, do not wait until all full lid nail polish to wipe!

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