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Your mom is right on the money with this one. Fake nails
don’t allow your real nails to breathe, which can make them soft and slow down
their growth. You should not wear acrylic nails for long periods of time for
this reason. The glue itself can also be incredibly difficult to remove, and
can take a layer of your nail with it.
The greater risk of fake nails, however, is infection. If
you or the manicurist who glues on your nails leave a gap between the fake nail
and your real nail, you’re leaving yourself open to bacterial growth. It’s easy
to do and can be caused by simply bumping the nail while you’re applying the
rest of the set. To avoid this, go to a reputable salon that thoroughly
sanitizes its instruments.
BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 3/30/2011 12:03:00 PM
POSTED IN advice, beauty, nails
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