Advice 1: How to dry gel without lamp

If you decide to build yourself beautiful nails, you will surely face the problem of choice of material: gel or acrylic. Depending on your solution, drying of the source material will be different.
How to dry gel without lamp
Instruction
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If you prefer the gel, it should be remembered that there are two types of light-sensitive and light-insensitive gels.
Gel dry photosensitive only in the ultraviolet lamp. The mechanism of UV exposure is that the substance-initiator contained in the gel, under ultraviolet light begins to intensify. The process of adhesion
molecules of the gel, and as a result, the solidification of the material.
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Please note that gels the same manufacturer be dried with UV lamps of the same manufacturer, since the lack of power of radiation nails can become sticky, and when over – brittle.
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If you have an Allergy to ultraviolet light, the method of drying you will not do. In any case, it is necessary to conduct the test to know about the possible reactions. If allergies are evident, use a gel that hardens without exposure to light.
4
Insensitive to light gels harden under the influence of activating substances. They constitute a dense and viscous cyanoacrylate monomer. The gel hardened, the entire surface of the nail with a thin layer brush applied catalyst (a fairly small drop). It can be sprayed if it is in the form of a spray, or spread evenly, squeezing from a tube.
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There is among the variety of gels, hardens in ordinary water. Using this gel for modeling, you will just have to dip their hands into the cool water for 5-7 minutes. Dry the nails and apply the coating. Whatever build you choose, a skilled craftsman will create a real masterpiece on your hands that will be admired by all around you.
Note
Acrylic has its advantages over gel: it is more durable, can be easily removed (dissolved in a special solution). Its main plus is that it is dried in air or an ordinary lamp of 60 watts. However, this substance is to cure unpleasant smells.

Advice 2: What deodorant is better: gel, spray or stick

Cosmetic modern girl is unthinkable without deodorant. Many types of antiperspirants are meant for different conditions and skin types. Each has its pros and cons.
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Deodorant or antiperspirant?


Contrary to popular belief, these concepts are not synonymous. Sweat odour is caused by activity of bacteria that multiplies in warm and wet environment. Deodorant prevents odor by killing bacteria. Its main active ingredients - triclosan and farnesol. However, on perspiration deodorant is not affected, so with excessive sweating he does. Antiperspirant having the composition of zinc salt and aluminum, blocks the activity of the sweat glands, reducing production of sweat and depriving bacteria of necessary conditions. Thus, the antiperspirant fights odor, and sweating. However, the long lock of sweat glands violates the immunity of the skin. The best solution is to use deodorant-antiperspirant that combines the best qualities of these tools.
The first deodorants were invented in Ancient Egypt.


Effective protection depends on the form of the deodorant


The antiperspirant gel or roll-on deodorant is the most popular form. This type of funds does not dry the skin and can be composed of moisturizing oils. Thanks to the roller deodorant is accurately dosed and uniformly applied. Gel structure protects against odor better than other types initially, but after application you should wait for some time until it is absorbed. Antiperspirant-spray is a summer essential when you want to feel cool. The spray is very easy and quick to apply. Often are perfumed sprays smell favorite perfumes: their use eliminates the need for additional aromatic means. Spray well dries the skin, are prone to excessive sweating, but it not so resistant as other varieties.
In addition to these forms, there are deodorants, antiperspirants in the form of powder and cream.


Deodorant stick best blocks the sweat glands, but it must be applied only on clean and dry skin. Stick begins to act immediately, preventing the appearance of moisture. This form of deodorant is essential for travel it is compact, economical and easy. However, low-quality sticks can leave unsightly stains on clothing, or slide into the folds of the skin. Also the talc that is part of the stick, has a strong drying effect that can cause allergies.
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