Nail polish is a cosmetic used to groom and enhance the beauty of nails. It can form a wear-resistant film on the surface of the nails to protect and beautify the nails.

The ingredients of ordinary nail polish are generally composed of two categories, one is solid ingredients, mainly pigments, flashing substances, etc.; the other is liquid solvent ingredients, mainly acetone, ethyl acetate, phthalates, formaldehyde, etc.

Steps to apply nail polish correctly.

1. Apply a layer of primer first.

Be careful not to apply too thick primer. The primer separates the nails from the polish and prevents the pigment from the polish from depositing on the nails. The primer also smoothes out any unevenness on the surface of your nails.

2. Dip in your favorite color and apply it to your nails.

The colors of nail polish include rose red, bright red, flesh color, bean paste color, silver, white, black, green, blue, light nail polish and other colors. Choose your favorite color.

Start by applying a layer to the middle of the nails, then paint the sides of the nails. Note that the first layer of nail polish should not be applied too much, a thin layer is enough, and do not reapply if the color is uneven.

3. After the first layer is dry, apply the second layer of nail polish.

The color will be fuller after two coats.

4. Finally, apply bright oil.

The final coat keeps the polish long-lasting and also increases the adhesion between the nail and the polish.

How to clean up nail polish.

1. Saturate the nail polish remover with a cotton ball.

2. Remove the nail polish from the little finger of the left hand. Press the cotton on the surface of the nail for 5 minutes.

3. Rub back and forth 3 times from side to side first, then from the back of the nail forward while maintaining light pressure on the surface of the nail.

4. Put the used cotton balls in the trash.

Do you know why nail polish dries so fast?

Because a lot of acetone and ethyl acetate are added to the nail polish, these two components are very volatile, so the nail polish can dry quickly.

The harm of nail polish to the body.

The most toxic substances in ordinary nail polish include phthalates, benzene series, formaldehyde, acetone, etc. Among them, phthalates can affect the development of reproductive organs and cause hormonal imbalance.

Benzene and formaldehyde are carcinogens.

Long-term use of nail polish can lead to dry, deformed, and eventually tarnished nails.

Nail polish contains many allergens that may cause allergic reactions in some people, and direct contact with the skin may cause allergic dermatitis.

Nail polish smells toxins that make people dizzy.

The more layers of nail polish, the higher the risk of cancer. When applying nail polish, ventilation should be strengthened to reduce inhalation of too many toxic substances.

Nail polish is best applied once a month~