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ADDRESS UNIQUE NAILSYSTEMS Voorstraat 53 3231CE BRIELLE the Netherlands
CONTACT uniquenailsystems@gmail.com +31 181 417 184

Unique Nailsystems

GELS

are manufactured in the European

Union and conform to all the latest

European standards.

Frequently Asked Questions 

Is one system better than another?   Only you can answer that. All artificial nail systems are designed to produce a set of nails. We believe in our Gels. They get tested in our own nail salon and our clients are very opinionated, some have been getting their nails done with us for over 20 years! But the best system for you is one you feel most comfortable using. Ideally you should try as many systems before you choose but that is not always possible. But you can ask other nail salon owners and stylists how they feel about what they use. Remember that there is great variation in product performance between manufacturers. Even if you are happy with your present system, you should always be prepared to evaluate other products. You may be surprised how efficiencies can be made, just by changing one product. Is one Product better than another? As with most things in life, you tend to pay more for quality. Generally, prices tend to reflect the refinement or purity of the Gel and the compatibility of the Gel to work with the nail plate. But the manufacture of high quality gels is expensive, especially to maintain consistent performance batch after batch.   Some technicians find they need to file very heavily for their product to perform, but this can cause problems later. Good quality products should protect the nail plate. But some cheaper Gels can be pricier due to expensive advertising campaigns which add to the cost of all products. Do artificial nails damage the natural nail? No, nail stylists do! The cause of most problems is commonly due to poor or incomplete training. Properly trained and educated nail technicians will ensure healthy natural nails for all their clients. Their skills and professionalism will maintain and nourish the natural nails. A damaged or unhealthy nail plate is not the basis for beautiful nails. Do artificial nails need to be removed every 3 months to allow the nail to breathe? No, nails do not breathe. Are the products harmful?   Modern formulations are generally safe but some older acrylics use a primer which is an acid. Don't rely solely on your sense of smell. Some systems have a strong odour, similar to glue, and is unpleasant in a closed environment. But products which contains volatile solvents will create vapours. Over exposure could exceed the safe working levels. Also filing dust can easily irritate both the stylist and client. A proper extraction system will keep the nail station environment healthy and clean. All manufacturers will supply health and safety information for their products. Ask questions if you do not understand the information. You should try to learn about all the products you use. We encourage sensible working practices when using any nail enhancement product.

 

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CONTACT e: uniquenailsystems@gmail.com f: (+31) 181 417 184
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Frequently Asked Questions

Is one system better than another?

  Only you can answer that. All artificial nail systems are designed to produce a set of nails. We believe in our Gels. They get tested in our own nail salon and our clients are very opinionated, some have been getting their nails done with us for over 20 years! But the best system for you is one you feel most comfortable using. Ideally you should try as many systems before you choose but that is not always possible. But you can ask other nail salon owners and stylists how they feel about what they use. Remember that there is great variation in product performance between manufacturers. Even if you are happy with your present system, you should always be prepared to evaluate other products. You may be surprised how efficiencies can be made, just by changing one product.

Is one Product better than another?

As with most things in life, you tend to pay more for quality. Generally, prices tend to reflect the refinement or purity of the Gel and the compatibility of the Gel to work with the nail plate. But the manufacture of high quality gels is expensive, especially to maintain consistent performance batch after batch.   Some technicians find they need to file very heavily for their product to perform, but this can cause problems later. Good quality products should protect the nail plate. But some cheaper Gels can be pricier due to expensive advertising campaigns which add to the cost of all products.

Do artificial nails damage the natural nail?

No, nail stylists do! The cause of most problems is commonly due to poor or incomplete training. Properly trained and educated nail technicians will ensure healthy natural nails for all their clients. Their skills and professionalism will maintain and nourish the natural nails. A damaged or unhealthy nail plate is not the basis for beautiful nails.

Do artificial nails need to be removed

every 3 months to allow the nail to

breathe?

No, nails do not breathe.

Are the products harmful?  

Modern formulations are generally safe but some older acrylics use a primer which is an acid. Don't rely solely on your sense of smell. Some systems have a strong odour, similar to glue, and is unpleasant in a closed environment. But products which contains volatile solvents will create vapours. Over exposure could exceed the safe working levels. Also filing dust can easily irritate both the stylist and client. A proper extraction system will keep the nail station environment healthy and clean. All manufacturers will supply health and safety information for their products. Ask questions if you do not understand the information. You should try to learn about all the products you use. We encourage sensible working practices when using any nail enhancement product.

Unique Nailsystems

GELS

are manufactured in the European

Union and conform to all the latest

European standards.