Japanese manicure is popular in beauty salons around the world. This nail care technique is allowed to be carried out even during pregnancy and lactation, which indicates its high safety.
The Japanese manicure procedure is called biomanicure or permanent polishing, sealing nails. Read further in the article about a gentle Japanese manicure, how to do it correctly, and what you need to do.
Features of the Japanese technique
If we consider all modern methods of care manicure, then we can say about Japanese manicure that it is the most:
- comfortable for the client.
The idea of this method is based on the most careful attitude to the nail plates. That is why the masters use sparing techniques and cosmetics in their work. These include panthenol, glycerin, essential oils, nail wax, plant extracts used in Japanese cosmetology, etc.
Benefits of Japanese manicure
If you have weakened, overdried, dull and brittle nail plates, a Japanese manicure is the perfect solution to all of these problems. Carefully selected cosmetics and careful performance of the procedure will allow your nails too:
- recover quickly;
- accelerate in growth;
- get a natural healthy shine;
- become stronger and more elastic.
After a Japanese manicure, you can quickly restore and improve even badly damaged nails after repeated extensions.
In addition to visual appeal, Japanese manicure positively affects metabolic processes in the nail plates and soft tissues. The masters use a unique nail balm based on plant extracts, minerals, trace elements, and a vitamin complex to stop cracking and flaking nails.
Regular sealing of the nail plates with a balm during a Japanese manicure makes them healthy and perfect in appearance. The use of such a balm significantly increases the durability of the decorative coating. And at the same time, both the cuticle and the skin on the hands are transformed.
How to do Japanese manicure?
A simple technology for such a manicure can be easily repeated at home. You can buy ready-made sets for Japanese manicures in our TUFISHOP chain of stores. They are represented by the beloved brand TUFI profi .
There are two leading technologies in Japanese manicure:
Both the Japanese p-shine manicure and the masura technique are performed without the use of metal tools. The very process of manicure is almost the same. But the set of tools for work is different. All manipulations are carried out with orange sticks, suede buffs, wooden nail files.
The duration of the procedure is approximately one and a half hours and consists of the following stages:
- Massage and SPA;
- Cuticle treatment;
- Strengthening and protection;
- Prevention and relaxation.
First of all, the master evaluates the general condition of the client’s hands. All available nuances on the skin and nails are taken into account. This is necessary to build the correct algorithm of actions in order to eliminate the existing imperfections.
At the second stage, massage or SPA is performed depending on the manicure technique. For a manicure, masura is a massage with natural oils. In the p-shine variant, a nail bath is made, which involves steaming the hands and light massage.
Particular attention is paid to the cuticle. Soft scrubs are used to remove it, and natural oils are used to nourish and moisturize.
At the next stage, the strengthening and protection of the nail plates are carried out with the help of cosmetics with sea minerals, calcium and plant extracts. Here, the master observes a strict sequence of actions when the funds are applied to the surface of the nail plates and side ridges. At the end of this stage, silicon powder is rubbed into the nails. It provides reliable protection against mechanical damage and prolongs Japanese manicure’s effect.
During polishing, buffs made of natural suede and nail files are used. From them, the nails acquire perfect smoothness and a beautiful shine. Next comes the process of “sealing” the nails, which is of particular interest to beginners. A thin film is formed on the nails during the sealing process, which protects, prevents peeling, and retains moisture. The Masura technique uses pearl powder and Ni paste, and the P-shine method uses natural beeswax and diatomaceous clay.
The final step is massaging the skin around the nails with hot or cold sand. This improves circulation. Next, the skin is moisturized with therapeutic ointments, creams and serums based on natural ingredients. This completes the Japanese manicure.
There are no contraindications for such a pleasant manicure. This is the most delicate, gentle and gentle method of caring for nails and hand skin, the effect of which is noticeable after the first procedure.
Give your hands beauty and health with Japanese manicure and evaluate its benefits from personal experience!