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Caring for Acrylic Nails in Sarasota

Sarasota Nail SalonOur nails can go unnoticed by those around but they serve a lot in boosting our self-confidence. At times when I feel low I just look at my nails and my confidence is boosted there and then. Once you acrylic Sarasota nails done you may need to care for them so that they can last long enough until your next manicure session. Below are several steps that can get you to keep your nails well taken care of?

  • Keep them dry – Water will lift your overlays and your acrylic Sarasota nails will get destroyed. In order to keep them safe ensure that your hands and nails are always dry. After you have left the shower or you have just come from swimming you can use a hand towel to ensure the nails do retain any water. When doing the dishes you can wear rubber or gloves made of latex to ensure your nails do not get water. You can also constantly use baby powder on your hands to keep away the moisture as it will absorb it.
  • Use antibacterial soap – To keep your nails from getting infected ensure that whenever you wash your hands you use antibacterial soap. Also when your nails get chipped ensure that they are fixed as soon as possible. You can go back to the salon where you got your Sarasota nails service or even do it yourself. Leaving a chipped nail unattended will only cause it to get more damaged and eventually give your nails a disdainful look.
  • Regular touch up – After getting you acrylic Sarasota nails service experience it is important to give them a regular touch up. This is a simple process that only involves applying clear nail polish, letting it dry and filing the nails. This will make them last longer and keep your nails as well as fingers in better shape. It also reduces chances of an infection as it bonds you acrylic nails to your nail plate.

You may need to keep checking your nails for any signs of dryness. At times you may observe redness or even peeling of your skin. This may be an indicator to a lot of things. The most common cause is contact dermatitis which is a skin condition. It may mean that you have a reaction to the acrylic nails. The best option would be to discontinue use.

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Proudly Serving customers in the cities of University Park, Sarasota, Bradenton, Venice, Port Charlotte, Riverview and Palmetto.

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North Sarasota University
(941) 388-8998
5275 University Pkwy Unit 106
University Park, FL 34201

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(941) 371-4997
4220 Bee Ridge Road
Sarasota, FL 34233

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