For the nail polish aficionados, SNS nails aren’t new. They have, however, has taken the nail salon industry by storm because they took all the best bits from other types of manicure and they are nailing it. If you frequent the nail salon, it’s likely you’ve heard of SNS Nails because it is the nail polish everyone is talking about now. It is the latest trend in nail enhancement and the health benefits of the nail products is making every woman go gaga over it.
What is SNS?
SNS is a nail dipping system also known as Signature Nail Systems. It is a nail dipping system that uses a brush-on gel base on the nail then dipped in a powder. It is a form of nail enhancement with a blend of adhesive resin and a modified form of acrylic powder. The powder is consists of organically-processed chemicals Benzoyl Peroxide, Titatum Dioxide, Acrylic Ester Polymer that strengthens the nails. A base coat is then applied followed by the nail dipped in a coloured powder and this process is repeated one or two more times.
The benefit of this process is healthier for the nail since it only uses very little filling to reduced friction in the nail. Aside from being a healthier nail enhancement option, SNS is often preferable because of its simple and quick process.
What Makes SNS Nails Very Popular?
If you’ve been to a nail salon or shopping centre lately, you would have seen signs of SNS everywhere and it is not surprising because it is the latest trends in nail enhancement. Because it is fast, easy and relatively fumeless, many clients are choosing it over conventional nail enhancement. It is also hard-wearing and the colour doesn’t chip that’s why it is very popular and in-demand in the market now.
How Much Do SNS Nails Cost?
Depending on which salon you go to and the area you live in, the price of SNS nails will vary. But if you are from a metropolitan area, you can expect to pay anywhere between $45 and $75 for a full set of SNS nails.
But if you enjoy doing your own nails, you can save a lot if you get your own set of SNS nails product. DTK Nail Supply offers an SNS student kit that you can use if you are not that knowledgeable about the process yet. You can get big discounts if you will order in bulk.
And unlike shellac, SNS nail enhancement doesn’t require curing or setting process, meaning there is no need to have a LED or UV light so you can really do it on your own even at the comfort of your own home. With that being said, it is safe to say that SNS nails is much good for your health compared to the processes where UV lights is required to bond the nail polish to the nail.