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Bio Sculpture Nails Are Still An All-Season Mani Fave

Bio Sculpture Nails Are Still An All-Season Mani Fave

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Bio sculpture nails are a type of nail treatment and product line designed to promote nail health while providing durable, long-lasting manicures. This is a breath of fresh air from the nail-damaging products we’ve become accustomed to. The system leverages a gel applied to the natural nails, offering toughness and malleability without causing damage.

This nail trend is not new, but now, more than ever, they are helpful alternatives to other gel nail polishes that may hurt your nails. First, they are vegan and safe. Secondly, they come in a plethora of options, giving style girls an impressive variety to explore. Yes, even with its nail safety agenda, you remain spoiled for choice. From subtle to vibrant colors, rich textures, and designs, you’re bound to lose nothing by switching to these trendy nail gels that care for your natural nails.

What are the benefits of bio sculpture nails? 

  • The bio sculpture nail gel is free from harmful chemicals like formaldehyde, toluene, and DBP (dibutyl phthalate), making it a healthier option for both the nail technician and the client.
  • It is designed to be strong, but also flexible, which helps prevent the nails from breaking or chipping easily.
  • Bio sculpture offers a range of products, including base gels, color gels, and top gels, each formulated to care for and protect the natural nail.
  • The gel can be removed easily, without excessive filing or damage to the natural nail, typically by soaking in a solution that gently lifts it off.
  • Many bio sculpture products are certified vegan and cruelty-free, aligning with ethical beauty standards.
  • Bio sculpture nails are popular for individuals like myself, who seek a more natural and gentle approach to nail enhancements and care.

How long do they last?

Bio sculpture nails typically last between two to four weeks, depending on factors like nail growth rate, daily activities, and how well the nails are maintained. The flexible and durable nature of the gel prevents chipping and breaking, which can contribute to its longevity. Regular maintenance, such as using cuticle oil and avoiding activities that put excessive stress on the nails, can help extend the life of bio sculpture gel.

Bio sculpture nails vs traditional gel nails…

Bio sculpture and traditional gel nails are popular options for long-lasting manicures, but they differ in several fundamental ways:

  • Bio sculpture nails use a specially formulated gel free from harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde, toluene, and dibutyl phthalate (DBP). This makes them a healthier option for both the client and the technician. While traditional gel nails, sometimes, contain harsher chemicals.
  • The application involves a multi-step process with specific products for base, color, and top layers. The bio sculpture gel is designed to be flexible, which helps prevent breakage and maintain nail health. On the other hand, traditional gel nails also involve a base coat, color gel, and top coat, but the flexibility and nail care aspects can vary depending on the brand.
  • The removal of bio sculpture nails is designed to be gentle and is typically done by soaking the nails in a solution that lifts the gel off without extensive filing or damage to the natural nail. Whereas, traditional gels often require soaking in acetone and can sometimes involve more filing, potentially damaging the natural nails if not done carefully.
  • The flexible bio sculpture gel can strengthen the nails while allowing them to grow naturally underneath. Depending on the brand and technique, traditional gels can sometimes be less focused on nail health, potentially leading to brittleness or damage if not properly managed.
  • Bio sculpture nails are known for their strength combined with flexibility, which reduces the likelihood of chipping and breaking. Conversely, traditional gels are generally durable and strong, but flexibility can vary, sometimes leading to more rigid and brittle nails that may chip or break more easily.
  • Bio sculpture gels are vegan and cruelty-free, appealing to clients who prefer ethical beauty products. But in the case of the traditional options, ethical considerations can vary widely between brands, with some offering vegan and cruelty-free options and others not.

While both bio sculpture nails and traditional gel nails offer long-lasting and attractive manicures, the aforementioned are distinguished by their health-conscious formulations, gentle removal process, emphasis on nail health, and ethical production standards. Traditional gel nails, on the other hand, can vary more widely in these aspects depending on the brand and specific products used.

How to remove bio sculpture gel

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Photo: This Is Zun/Pexels

Removing bio sculpture nails safely involves a gentle process designed to protect the natural nail.

Materials needed

  • Bio Sculpture Gel Remover
  • Cotton pads or balls
  • Aluminum foil or nail clips
  • A nail file and buffer
  • Cuticle pusher or orange stick
  • Cuticle oil

Procedure

  • Gently file the top layer of the gel to break the seal. This helps the remover penetrate better.
  • Soak cotton pads or balls in the Bio Sculpture Gel remover.
  • Place the soaked cotton on each nail and wrap it with aluminum foil or secure it with nail clips. This ensures that the remover stays in contact with the gel.
  • Allow the nails to soak for about 10–15 minutes. The gel should start to lift and soften.
  • Check one nail to see if the gel has softened. If it has, gently push the gel off using a cuticle pusher or orange stick. Do not force it; if it resists, soak it for a few more minutes. Continue this process for each nail.
  • Once all the gel is removed, lightly buff the nails to smooth out any remaining residue.
  • Wash your hands thoroughly to get rid of any leftovers of the Bio Sculpture Gel remover.
  • Apply cuticle oil to nourish and moisturize the nails and cuticles.
  • Finish by applying a moisturizing hand cream to keep your skin hydrated.

By following these steps, you can safely remove bio sculpture nails without damaging your natural nails. If you’re unsure or uncomfortable doing it yourself, visiting a professional nail technician is always a good idea.

Featured image: @bio_sculpture_official/Instagram


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