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Russian manicures are becoming increasingly popular in the United States. Some of its techniques are a great way to keep your nails healthy and looking their best, while staying within your scope as a nail technician.
A Russian manicure (sometimes known as an "e-file" manicure or a "dry" manicure) uses an electric nail file and quality diamond bits. It foregoes water entirely, as it is unnecessary to soak and soften the nails before any product application.
A dry manicure, like the Russian manicure, uses an electric file for product removal, shaping, and reducing extra cuticle around the nail plate. This technique offers a more beautiful result versus the traditional method of soaking, nipping, and polishing the nails.
Dry manicures have become increasingly popular in recent years as they are seen as a more gentle and hygienic alternative to other conventional manicures.
There are many advantages to dry manicures and most often, once a client receives a dry manicure, they never want to go back to the traditional way!
There can be few or several steps involved in a Russian / Dry manicure, depending on how meticulous you want to be.
There are many advantages of this style of manicure:
- It reduces lifting.
- It's chemical-free.
- It reduces hangnails.
- Nails will look better, longer!
- It's customizable for everyone.
- Try it on your hands and toes.
- It produces a longer-lasting manicure!
- It makes your business stand out.
This (relatively) new beauty trend is here to stay! It's hard to resist when there are so many advantages. No wonder these dry manicure techniques are quickly becoming the new standard in nail care.
What do you think of Russian manicures? Have you tried them before? Tell me your thoughts in the comments below!