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Various types of nail polish
The main components of nail polish are 70%-80% volatile solvents, about 15% nitrocellulose, a small amount of oily solvents, camphor, titanium dioxide and oil-soluble pigments. The main components of nail polish glue are natural resin and some color materials. This material will solidify under UV light irradiation instead of volatilizing, and it will form a plastic-like film. In the course of use, the solvent contained in the nail polish volatilizes to form a colored film, which can show color after being attached to the nail.
The gloss, abrasion resistance and firmness of nail polish glue are better than nail polish. The most important thing is that it hardly emits gas, is basically odorless, and only takes one or two minutes to dry. And can make more different nail styles.
Therefore, the nail polish does not need a light, and it is usually sealed in a transparent bottle. But the nail polish glue should be stored in an opaque bottle, protected from light, so that the shelf life will be longer.
Lacquer polish is characterized by a strong gloss, and the nails after application are smooth and smooth like paint. Matte nail polish is not a nail polish in the ordinary sense. It is transparent and is usually used in conjunction with other nail polishes. Put a layer on all the nail polishes to instantly transform it into a matte effect. Pearlescent nail polish has a shell-like luster. In addition to the ordinary luster, it also shines with a pearl-like milky white light, which is slightly shiny.
Compared with nail polish, the types of nail polish glue are richer and more special.
Luminous glue: absorbs and stores ultraviolet rays during the day and emits various colors at night, suitable for girls who like night scenes and exaggerated styles.
Cat's Eye Glue: The surface can be made into an opal-like luster.
Crack glue: Natural cracks are formed on the surface.
Temperature change glue: The color of the colloid changes with temperature.
Sugar gum: Forms a sugar-like surface.