UV Led Nail Lamp For Nails Just For You !!!
Want perfectly manicured, gorgeous nails in no time?
Are you tired of visiting salons every other week for a fresh nail polish manicure?
Now get professional like finish without spending a fortune!
This UV LED nail lamp can cure different types of Gel nail polish in seconds and provides you classy, long-lasting nails.
Our nail dryer is compact in size, easy to set up and suitable for manicures and pedicures, which makes it a perfect choice for both professional and home use.
It is equipped with 12 LED light, LCD display, sensor lights, and three preset timer buttons so that you will never have to visit expensive salons again.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Now flaunt your amazing nail art with Dryer. It can be used to cure both LED and UV polishes. From LED gel, UV gel to builder gel and acrylic gel, it can dry and cure your nails efficiently
Providing an exceptional experience and ensures your nail polish dries promptly and neatly. It features a wide opening and can be used for both manicure and pedicure.
Motion Sensor Light:
Its motion sensor lights automatically turn on when you slide your foot or hand into the opening.
Portable And USB powered:
Compact size and lightweight design make our nail dryer perfect for carrying on the go. It can be charged using any USB power bank, adapter or other USB devices, ensuring a hassle-free experience.
Nail Paint Facts
When it comes to painting our nails, there’s a lot more to master than just successfully polishing using the non-dominant hand. From dealing with smudges to stubborn shades that don’t want to budge when we’re ready to take them off, we can use all the help we can get. Luckily, we have some tips that will make the nail painting process a whole lot easier–so read on below for these cool tricks that you need to know.
1. Line your nails with petroleum jelly before painting them for easy clean-up. By doing this, you will create a barrier between the polish and your skin so any mistakes you make will wipe right off.
2. Use a white nail polish as your base coat to make your nail color pop. Unless the polish you’re using is really opaque, the natural tint of your nails will alter its shade. To have the polish show up more true to color (like it is in the bottle), apply a white polish beforehand to cancel out that natural nail tint and amplify the color.
3. Speed up your drying time by soaking your nails in ice water after painting them. Believe it or not, the cold water will set the paint and help your nails dry quicker.
4. Use the tip of your tongue to fix smudged polish. It’s so crazy it just might work, and it actually does! If you smudge almost-dry nails, readjust the paint with the tip of your tongue, because unlike your finger, it’s soft enough to fix the paint without leaving any imprints behind.
5. Remove stubborn polish by wrapping your nails in foil. If your nail polish just won’t budge when you try to take it off, soak a cotton pad in nail polish remover, put it on your nail, and wrap a piece of foil around your finger to hold the cotton pad in place against your nail. Leave the foil wraps on your nails for a few minutes. Next, slide the foil off along with the cotton and your polish will come off with it, too.
6. Paint white craft glue underneath glitter polish for easy removal. Glitter nail polish can be a pain to remove. To avoid the headache, paint your nails with glue before going in with the glitter. This way, when it comes time to say goodbye to the sparkles, you won’t have to scrub. You’ll be able to peel back the glue, bringing the glitter right along with it.
7. Roll your nail polish bottle to avoid air bubbles. We’re used to shaking our bottles up and down before we paint our nails to mix up the polish, but doing this can actually create bubbles. To mix things up, (bubble-free, that is), hold the bottle between your palms and rub your hands back and forth instead.
8. Loosen a stubborn nail polish lid by soaking it in hot water. Can’t get your nail polish open? Just add some hot water to the mix. Fill a glass with steaming water high enough to cover the lid, but being careful not to soak the bottle of paint, as that can mess up the consistency of the polish. Wait a few minutes before taking the nail polish out of the water. Once you do, you’ll easily be able to open the lid.
9. Spread petroleum jelly around the top of the bottle before closing it to prevent the polish from drying shut. To prevent a lid from getting stuck shut in the future, add petroleum jelly to the top of your polish bottle before you close it.