What is acrylic nail powder
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What is acrylic nail powder?
Acrylic nail powder is a substance used to produce acrylic nails. It cannot be used alone but can only be mixed with another liquid chemical that makes it hard. This product is not expensive and can be made in a nail salon or home. Crystal nail powder makes nails look better and provides temporary protection. Although it is generally believed to be safe, the way acrylic nails must be removed means certain risks in using this product.
The main component of acrylic nail powder is polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), which is a mixture of methyl acrylate (EMA) and methyl methacrylate (MMA). It usually contains benzophenone (benzophenone-1), which can keep the nail powder from discoloration when exposed to ultraviolet rays. In addition, it also contains benzoyl peroxide (Benzoyl peroxide).To meet consumers’ fashion needs, manufacturers also produce versions with added pigments, usually at a concentration of 2%, allowing people to have a broader range of color choices. In addition, some crystal nail powder also added flash ingredients.
When used on nails, mix acrylic nail powder with one monomeric liquid. In addition to avoiding too fast binding of molecules, it can also prevent yellowing and allow the color to spread evenly. In this process, the benzoyl peroxide in the powder acts as a catalyst, allowing the liquid monomer to form a more robust network chain between the powder particles, which can cause a hard resin.
3 Removal Method
The nail must be soaked or covered with a solvent. Acetone is most commonly used, but many people don’t like it because it has harmful side effects, such as irritating the respiratory tract and causing dizziness and nausea. Remove crystal nails for at least 20 minutes. Vaseline can be applied to the skin around the nail before starting.
The safety of crystal nail powder is very controversial, which may be related to its inclusion of methyl methacrylate. Methyl methacrylate has been banned by agencies like the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. However, this ban only concerns chemical monomer liquids and does not include polymers in solids and powders. The latter is safe because its molecules are so large that they cannot penetrate the skin. Although crystal nail powder is not harmful to health, it needs solvent removal. These chemicals can produce toxic odors, and contact with the skin can irritate. They will also reduce the thickness of nails, and when used in combination with sanding tools, they will further lead to thinner nails. In addition, there is a risk of nail infection, which usually occurs when the skin or stratum corneum around the nail is damaged.
How to use crystal nail powder
Usually, the nail technician applies crystal nail powder and a single liquid mixture to the nail with a clean brush. It usually extends from the bottom of the nail to the top and moves outward from the center. Since the chemical reaction will make these two substances start to harden when they are in contact, they cannot be mixed in advance.
Why is crystal armor moldy too?
Crystal nail mold refers to the mold phenomenon after moisture enters the gap between natural nails and artificial nails. The reasons are：
1. Occurs in overplanting to prevent warping.
2. When repairing the crystal armor, re-dusting the warped part without completely removing it.
3. Use too much water or do not wear rubber gloves.
Why does the crystal nail itch near the skin
1, stained with desiccant or crystal liquid, sensitive skin will occur an allergic reaction, so try not to touch.
2. Polishing and polishing touch the finger skin. The supporting hand should always maintain strong support, and the nail file will not touch the finger skin.
3. After the crystal nail is completed, the finger skin oil is not used for heat preservation, and the nail loses fat during the nail art process, so heat preservation is required after completion.
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