Why are the jelly glue patches of ordinary press-on nails not strong?

Why are the jelly glue patches of ordinary press-on nails not strong?

The maintenance time of jelly glue is also affected by many factors:
1. Pre-processing. Not only does going to the nail salon require pre-treatment, but using jelly glue patches also requires polishing your own nails in advance with the rubbing strips in the manicure kit.
2. Paste method. Instead of just pressing it, you should choose a jelly glue patch of appropriate size that can cover 80% of your nail surface, then make the bottom of the nail patch contact the lower edge of your nail to form a 45-degree angle and then pull it forward diagonally, and press for more than 10 seconds.
3. Jelly glue quality. At present, most businesses on the market use the most common jelly glue patch, which is a white and transparent jelly glue patch. This patch is the least secure.
4. Check whether the nail size fits your nails. If the curvature of your nails is very flat, and the curvature of the nails you buy is very high, there will be gaps in the middle when pasting, causing it to be unstable.
5. It usually requires a lot of force on the fingertips, or it may be affected by soaking in water.

Hana, a British nail brand, has developed a jelly glue patch with stronger strength. Hana's testers have tested it by frequently soaking it in water for ten consecutive days. The jelly glue patch can keep the nail polish on for at least 7 days or more (thumb Due to frequent exertion on the fingertips, it can last for at least seven days. Other fingers can last for ten days or more). Hana provides free high-firmness jelly glue and manicure kits to every customer. Welcome to Hana to purchase cost-effective press-on nails.

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