The advantages and disadvantages of semi-permanent varnish?

Today, beauty salons and nail salons offer several techniques that allow you to stay beautiful right down to the tips of your nails. Semi-permanent varnish is one of them. In this article, Maryton Nail Supply will tell you the advantages and disadvantages of semi-permanent varnish. Just keep reading!

Semi-permanent varnish is a fluid gel that is applied to the natural nail for a result similar to a classic varnish. The material remains flexible after hardening. The installation consists of preparing the natural nails then applying an adherent base coat. We continue with two coats of color and, as a final step, the application of a finish which will protect and make your nails shine.


  • The installation technique is quick, approximately 1/2 hour for an experienced prosthetist.
  • Your nails will remain impeccably varnished without chipping after the first wash.
  • To remove the permanent varnish, we use a cosmetic product, the Remover, which melts the material, which avoids damaging the natural nail by filing it.
  • The price of the service is very affordable.


  • The permanent varnish remains placed on the natural nail, which does not prevent breakage.
  • The lifespan of your installation is 2 to 3 weeks.
  • Nail Art possibilities are reduced because the surface is small.
  • Nails cannot be lengthened; we only work on the natural length.

Hoping that this article has pleased you and will give you ideas! In addition, I recommend investing in some professional manicure sets to care for your nails in daily life.

Read also: Tips For Successful Nail Art Stamping

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