Nail glue helps you to achieve the beautiful and strong nails that you have always wanted, but it can get pretty messy when you apply it the wrong way.
When you are applying nail glue, what are some of the things that you should keep in mind?
You’ll learn how to make your nail glue hygienic so that your nails will look as beautiful as possible!
Way to Make Your Nail Glue Hygienic
The steps in the post are the best way to make your nail glue hygienic. You’ll definitely need to use nail glue, but I’ve never heard of any substitutes that are as effective or have the same outcomes.
Start With Clean Hands
In order to ensure your manicure is as flawless as possible, you need the right tools.
One of the most important things you need when doing your nails is nail glue. If done improperly, nail glue can leave a sticky residue on your nails that will make it difficult for them to set and keep polish in place.
In order to get rid of any excess moisture and build-up before using the glue, apply a little bit of remover over it and let it sit for 10-15 seconds.
Use A Cosmetic Sponge
There’s an easy way to keep your glue neat and tidy without risking the health of your nails.
Clean up any excess glue on the side of the cup with a cosmetic sponge.
Most sponges have a plasticizer called DMDM Hydantoin, which prevents bacteria from growing in porous materials like cotton or polyester.
Add Water Gradually
To make nail glue go faster, you’ll need water and salt.
Mix them together in a saucepan over low heat until they start boiling. Once it starts boiling, turn the heat down so that the water is simmering and let it cook for 5 minutes before turning off the stove.
Pour this mixture into a cup with some vodka and mix them together with a spoon until everything is dissolved.
Let this mixture cool on your work surface before pouring it into a dropper bottle with holes at the top.
Let it Sit for 15 Minutes
Before you even start, it’s a good idea to make sure your nails are dry.
You may also want to place a cover over your glue and tools if you can’t work with them right away.
Once you’re ready, follow these steps:
1) Mix up a new batch of nail glue with high-quality ingredients for superior bonding power.
Pay close attention that the water in the bowl is not warm or too hot before adding any of the other liquids, as this will ruin the recipe. When mixing, you need to be gentle but firm so that everything mixes together well.
It should take around five minutes before everything looks like one clear liquid and starts bubbling slightly.
2) Dip your brush into the glue and carefully apply a thin layer onto your natural nail from the underside of the tip down towards the cuticle line at an angle of about 45 degrees.
Pour Off The Excess Water with a Spoon
To pour off the excess water with a spoon, fill a bowl up with just enough water to wet the end of your stick. Keep your head and arm as close to the rim of the bowl as possible, or you might get some on your clothes or hair.
It’s important that only a small amount of liquid is actually going down into the jar. You’re mainly just doing this so you can gently tilt it back and forth without spilling anything.
Wipe off the top with a clean towel
To ensure that your nail glue remains as sanitary as possible, be sure to wipe off the top with a clean towel before every use.
This will take all of the dust and lint from your desk off of the surface, which could otherwise get into your glue during application.