Why does the gel or resin turn yellow?

Nothing is more distressing than gel or resin turning yellow. Gel nails can in some cases turn yellow. You are in no way responsible for this. In this article, Maryton Nail Supply will explain to you why gel or resin can turn yellow.

Yellowing of nails can be explained by:

  • taking medication,
  • taking tanning accelerator pills,
  • frequent running of hands through colored hair containing gel,
  • varnish residue present on the nail,
  • poor quality products.

To avoid any “contamination” of products or brushes which could cause yellowing of the nail, it is important to respect strict hygiene rules. In addition, it is also necessary to choose a high-quality manicure set.

Hoping that this article has pleased you and will give you ideas! If you like this article, don’t forget to share it!

Read also: Recommendations to avoid nail detachments


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