Укрепление натуральных ногтей гелем под гель лак | Коррекция зрения
Hello everyone! I'm Marina and it's Sakramel School A blurred image? This is how I saw the world for all my life, and now... I can see it like this! And it's amazing, I got a laser eye surgery in the Dr. Shilova Clinic Nail techs often suffer from poor eyesight since we work with tiny details being very focused I also faced such a problem and wanted to solve but I gave birth to my first child, then to my second one and now I put myself together and finally decided to do it Before the surgery, I read about all the possible techniques and looked through the clinic reviews and the main factor for me was my close friend's recommendation, he got his eye surgery in this clinic and he said that after 15 minutes you don't need glasses or contact lenses anymore so I decided to go for it and now you can see how I was thanking my doctor With all my heart I want to thank you for your being so professional and thoughtful for giving me perfect eyesight back, so today I woke up and saw the world with my own eyes your hands were so gentle it was so comfortable during the surgery I was pleased that the nurse was holding my hand and I was sure that everything would be great I was choosing between different clinics but I'm so glad that I've chosen yours, this is for you, so thank you so so much - thank you for these words- I can't believe that only yesterday I couldn't see without the glasses or contacts and now I can see everything, it's magical - yes, it's our magic, and, of course, technologies yeah, it's amazing, thank you so much, thank you - Sivtsev table eyesight check - - it's only day 2, so it will be even better - - So, now you're free for a week and then you need to come back for a control check - thank you, so in a week I need to come back, right? Okay, thank you 120%! It's so cool I can see everything now And now let's move on to the video and I filmed it before the surgery so I will be wearing glasses but actually, I don't need them now We'll do nail strengthening with hard materials, so let's get into it! Let's see the initial nail condition, they are long but very thin and some of them have already broken I recommend strengthening such nails with hard gels that will make them less flexible and the clients will be able to grow their own long and beautiful nails First, I push the cuticle with an orange stick, my model told me that she hasn't had a manicure for a while so we need to be careful here, her hands are wet so it means that doing a combined manicure will be preferrable To lift up the cuticle I'm using a "flame" drill bit, 0.23 in diameter, since the nail plate isn't very arched I'm using a red drill bit, it got darker from the hot-air sterilizer and with such a thin and wet cuticle you'd better not use a blue one since it can cut the sinuses After a few moves, I can see that the bit got clogged with the skin so I need to clean it on a buffer besides, I will apply some talcum powder to dry the skin a bit I rub it into the cuticle and then remove the leftovers with a brush Now processing goes way faster Beginners often cut such cuticle and if you're not sure you can use a safe drill bit which has no abrasive, it will be more gentle to such cuticle Once I'm done with the left sides, I switch the rotation direction and process the right ones Let's fix the shape and polish the nail plate with a soft 240 grit nail file the thing is that before strengthening we need to lift up the scales to provide a good bonding The index finger curls badly and grows unevenly, so we need to fix it building up the curled side wall We need to polish the entire nail plate so there are no glossy areas make sure to turn the client's finger to carefully process the surface If you use a harder file it will overfile the nails and they won't last long enough the techs often mistakenly think that the more you file the better the coating will last but it's actually vice versa I'm cutting the cuticle with nippers, grabbing tiny skin fragments and turning the finger towards the cut Done with the manicure, now I'm decreasing the surface to remove all the dust and apply all the preparatory products First comes a dehydrator, it dries the nail plate and we need it here since my model's hands are wet the next is an acid-free primer for a better bonding We rarely use acid ones, only with really wet hands and if the coating doesn't last long I squeeze the brush in the bottle and apply just a tiny bit without overlaying, I cover up the entire nail plate in 3 moves You may skip the primer if you're using an acidic base, for example, if it's a low-acidity one then you need to use the primer I'll be using this sculpting gel to strengthen the nails you can also use polygel, but gels are faster to work with, to build up the architecture just as if you were aligning with a base coat You'd better use a medium density one so it quickly aligns itself There are 1-phase and 3-phase gels 1-phase ones can also be used as a base coat, architecture, and a top coat usually, there's "one step" or "one phase" written on them It may not be written on the jar but the manufacturer says that it is 1-phase if you check their website for example, this camouflage gel it can be used without a base coat just over clean nails, covered with a primer I'll be using this translucent pink shade it will look and healthy and natural on the nail plate here's a life hack, I haven't removed the foil completely, I've just cut a hole so the gel couldn't leak and get on the bottle As I've already said, you can apply 1-phase gels on the nail plate covered only with a primer but it will be even better if you also apply a base coat since on some the gels don't last that well as the bases You can use either a gel polish base or a hard gel base if the nails are hard enough I use a hard one and if they are that thin and flexible then I use a rubber gel polish base I apply a thin layer with rubbing moves Make sure to cover up the sides since if you skip those parts it may lead to liftings Send it to the lamp to cure for 30 seconds By the way, if the gel is peeling it doesn't mean that it's bad sometimes the reason is in the base coat that doesn't suit the client so test your base coat first, if it suits the gel you're using and the client's nail type and then change it Actually, there are lots of nuances when it comes to gel nail strengthening that can affect the wearability, even the way you apply the material near the cuticle If there's a layering there's a lifting, it there's a cut - there's a lifting Before strengthening we need to fix curled and short nails using forms I set up the form and check if it fits at the growth points and the central part is straight, then stick it There's not too much to extend, I will use this clear gel it looks pretty weird, it scares many nail techs but trust me, after curing the nails will look really natural I'm grabbing a small drop and lay it out forming the future shape I lay out this gel on the index, on the side that curls, just put a drop Now, send it to cure, cured, now carefully remove the forms from the substrate open it up, it's an advantage of using plastic forms since I can use it on the thumb nail now Compare the length and lay out the length Remove the form, wipe off the tacky layer and file the free edge I need to lift up the index finger since it curls and grows down Compare the length, the middle finger is wider than the ring one so it needs to be longer Filing the free edge on the index, I place the file under the nails and make long moves to lift up the curved tip I polish the surface with a soft file and shape the nail I degrease the nails and remove all the dust from all the nails Let's move on to strengthening, we'll do it in the aligning, no-filing technique I tilt the finger down a bit so the material doesn't flow under the cuticle apply a thin layer all over the nails so the gel could spread smoothly I seal the free edge with the brush I grab a small drop of the material, put the brush like this, and twist I leave this drop on the highest point, the apex, in the stress zone, and spread it with a thin brush You shouldn't apply hard gels in a thin layer as we do with gel polishes Make sure to pop all the bubbles since they affect the look not the wearability, but the nails should look flawless I place the brush perpendicular to pop the bubbles and if they won't go just take them out While I was popping bubbles the gel flowed to the sides so I need to turn my model's hand place the nail at a 45-degree angle from the table and using a thin brush align the arch To check if the surface is even I will need a round lamp I check the highlight and if it's even then I can send the nails to cure It's great if you can work with hard gels and offer this procedure to your clients because it costs more but the gels cost the same as the gel polishes but this particular procedure has got lots of advantages, for example, the gels are hard, they don't sag the nails are harder, so it will be perfect for the clients who actively work do lots of dishwashing and other household chores the ones who don't care for their nails a lot, it will perfect for them The index finger gets pretty thick, so I will need to file it out at the end While curing such a voluminous gel layer, especially if it's clear there's a lot of heat, so inform your clients that they shouldn't tolerate burning when it stops burning then they may get the hand back into the lamp It's all cured, now remove the tacky layer and we can see that the surface remains glossy, that's the effect of a 1-phase gel so you may not cover it up with a top coat and leave like this, but we'll do a design and now I need to remove the thickness from the index finger for this, I'll use a thin ceramic drill bit, the speed is 30000 RPM and will long moves from right to left I remove the natural nail And on the nails which I didn't extend there's no layering If you can see any bumps or material leaks you can file them now it's totally fine, the next coating will last perfectly I take some milky gel polish and cover up the nails we didn't know which design we'll do, the idea came in the process since we could have strengthened the nail with a milky gel so as not to waste time now Cure in the lamp I wipe off the tacky layer, for the design, I'll need watercolor drops that I got on AliExpress, in black I put the brush into the bottle, grab some color and start painting such lines that remind marble here, we need to shake the hand a bit so everyone can handle this design I put the brush into a dehydrator and start blurring some of the lines so it's all to your liking, you will get a unique design on each nail since you won't recreate it exactly These drops dry on air, so we wait for a few seconds for more definition let's add some pink, we could have done it straight away and blur it with the brush to get that watercolor effect And that's not all, let's add a decor, we'll need some silver foil for this we'll do a few clear glass-like drops out of it I turn over the foil, apply the drops of a non-tacky top coat and send it to the lamp to cure like this Now I can easily remove the drops and place them on the nails, covered with a base coat for stickiness Cure in the lamp, apply a non-tacky top coat with a slight alignment to cover up the drops Our finished result! Did you like it? Then give a thumbs up and write in the comments if you do a nail strengthening with hard gels subscribe to the channel, and I wish you all success in your work, good luck, bye-bye! - do you strengthen your clients' nails with gel, or not - - such a cool, not cool, the most, not the most, awesome procedure - - what did I just say? subscribe to the channel! bye!