Natural Nails

Nail Strengthener Adds Flexibility to Manicures

The flexible formula moves with the natural nail to prevent breakage and peeling without adding thickness to the manicure

Flexiglaze is a new natural nail strengthener created by Linda Wilson and Howard Hayes, who both run a beauty training school called Top Talons in the U.K. After three years of development, the product is finally nails-ready. Flexiglaze can be brushed onto a client’s nails in thin layers. The flexible formula moves with the natural nail to prevent breakage and peeling without adding thickness to the manicure. The non-penetrative treatment is moisture-repellent to lock in nail hydration and can assist in nail lacquer wear time. While removal isn’t necessary, Flexiglaze can be taken off with acetone or just buffed down and reapplied.

1. Prep the nails normally and then brush on 2-3 thin coats of Flexiglaze. There’s no dry time.

2. Cap the nails of every coat by running the brush along the free edge.

3. Spray once with activator from about a foot away to set the Flexiglaze instantly. Buff very lightly and apply clear gloss or nail varnish. Or you can leave it matte and apply gel-polish.

For more information, visit www.nailsmag.com/fifi/18412.



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