Wraps are very thin products made of silk, linen, or fiberglass that are placed on top of nails for reinforcement and strength. They can be embedded within acrylics, gels, or on top of natural nails and sealed with resin.

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Required Reading

All Wrapped Up

June 1, 2007

Can’t wrap your mind around doing wraps? Follow along for information on performing the classic service as an enhancement or a repair.

All Wrapped Up: A Helpful Handbook

May 1, 2003

While not nearly as pervasive as gels or acrylics, wraps represent a lucrative niche service. Here we give you some background information to get you started, as well as some troubleshooting and application techniques to help you along the way.

Wraps in the City

May 1, 2002

Wraps are enjoying renewed popularity fueled in part by clients’ desire for a more natural look and spas seeking a lower odor alternative to acrylic. Whether silk, linen, fiberglass, or paper, wraps may be just the right fit for certain clients.

Wraps Can Do It All

March 1, 1992

Use a wrap system to strengthen or repair natural nails or as a beautifully thin and strong artificial extension.

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