Base oil: transparent or milky white, used before nail polish to enhance the adhesion of nail polish.
Nail polish: Contains dark pigment and is used as needed.
Softening cream: usually contains glycerin, which can remove the aging cuticle and keep the skin moisturized for massage and dry hands.
Bleach: Contains hydrogen peroxide or citric acid to remove stains from crystal nails.
Nail Polish Diluent: For diluting thicker nail polish, do not use nail polish instead.
Nail Essence: Makes natural nails stronger and replaces the base oil in foot care.
Nail Polish: Used to soften the skin around the nails, helping to remove cracked natural nails and sanding crystal nails.
Bright oil: Used to protect nail polish and keep it shiny. The thicker the varnish, the longer the drying time and the higher the gloss.
Nail Skin Softener: Softens the nail skin.
In addition, because professional nails require strict aseptic operation, such as disposable paper towels, cotton balls, scrapers, 75% alcohol, hemostatic towels, antibacterial agents, baking soda, fungicides, rust inhibitors, etc. are essential of.