European manicure

European manicure - a gentle way to care for nails and hands. The first Europeans came up with a European manicure. There are wet and dry European manicure. With wet fingers before treatment manicure nail plates should be soaked in a special lotion for dry and manicure cuticle is removed to dry the nail plate.  European manicure - edging method of nail care

Advantages and disadvantages of European manicure

Untrimmed called European manicure, the cuticle while if it does not cut, and gently push the special stick. This type of manicure is considered one of the most sensitive and safe, since the processing of the nail plate is not used tweezers and scissors. It therefore ruled out the possibility of entry of pathogenic bacteria and fungi. The advantage of European manicure is considered to be its low traumatic, absolutely painless and bloodless. That is why this kind of manicure is suitable even for children.

The composition of a special lotion to remove the cuticle are substances that gradually dissolves the skin from the upper layer. Therefore, to achieve the desired effect on the first application of this type of nail treatment impossible. The first procedure soften only the upper layers of the cuticle. However, after each application of the European edging manicure cuticle it is softer, thinner. The result is visible already after the third-fifth procedure. Edged manicure can be done once or twice a week (even for very sensitive skin). Manicure must be repeated regularly to maintain the effect obtained.

Methodology for European manicure

Methodology European manicure is very similar to the procedure implementation of the classic manicure .  In the first stage of manicure nail plate is cleaned of old coating or varnish .  Next, nail plates sawed to the desired length and attach them to the desired shape .  Then the skin is applied to a special liquid to remove the cuticle with milk and fruit acids .  The tool not only removes unwanted skin but also prevents its further growth .  The essence of the European manicure is to rub the liquid to soften the skin and then how to roll it into a ball .  Then the hands are placed in a tray with a special tool or concentrated sea salt .  After a manicure bath softens the skin .  Removing old skin comes with a special pumice or orange sticks .  Cuticle removed movements toward the side from the center of rolls .  At the same time to the nail plate, do not touch .  Then, in the cuticle or in the nail plate is rubbed nourishing cream and butter, and nails are polished soft buff .  The final step of this procedure can be a hand massage using oils and nourishing cream and nail polish .  European manicure procedure

Indications and contraindications for the European manicure

European edging manicure is suitable for fine skin of the hands, with blood vessels close to the surface. European edging manicure is indicated in thin, delicate, not overgrown or subtle as the cuticle.

When poorly manicured hands, rough skin European manicure does not bring tangible results. Do not use this kind of manicure when allergy to the components of fluid resorption cuticle. It is impossible to do with the European edging manicure artificial nails (especially acrylic), as in the procedure used means that contain acetone, safe for artificial nails.