Japanese beauty treatments are gradually replacing Korean beauty secrets. In this country, restraint is considered good manners. This applies not only to communication with other people, but also to appearance. Their restraint is reflected in the new trend – Japanese manicure, which quickly became popular. Read on Joy-pup the features of Japanese manicure and its benefits for nails.
What is Japanese manicure?
Japanese manicure has been used by Japanese women for 400 years. It makes nails healthy and gives them a glossy shine. The method was developed by the Japanese company P.Shine, hence the name. It is especially recommended for thin, brittle nails or if they just need a break from gel and shellac. This is a healing procedure, not decorative, but still very aesthetic. The process does not use metal nail files and cuticles are not cut off.
Japanese manicure consists in regularly rubbing properly selected nutrients into the nail plate. The main ingredient of such nourishing masks is bee pollenenriched with vitamins (complex A, D, E). The Japanese manicure ingredient also contains silica powder from the Sea of Japan, which contains a very high amount of keratin. The combination of all these ingredients should effectively nourish and repair even severely damaged nails.
Features of Japanese manicure
The Japanese manicure is a method that nourishes and strengthens your nails and gives them a healthy pink pearly sheen. This is due to the ingredients contained in the paste used: vitamins A and E, keratin, bee pollen and silica from the Sea of Japan. The effect of the treatment is visible immediately after the procedure. To make it last, the procedure should be repeated 3-4 times with an interval of 3 weeks.
Benefits of Japanese manicure:
- the result is visible immediately – a healthy shine of the nail plate;
- organic products based on beeswax are used;
- suitable for allergy sufferers, pregnant and lactating;
- lasts up to two weeks;
- suitable for women and men.
Japanese manicure at home
Japanese manicure is a very popular procedure in beauty salons. However, you can purchase a home use kit to do it yourself. But make sure you choose a quality and original product. Using plastic-based buffs instead of natural buffs may not work. Immediately after performing a Japanese manicure, you should not varnish your nails, because the nail plate becomes too oily. It is better to wait about two days.
A Japanese manicure is performed like a traditional tea ceremony where every step counts. The ready-made kit contains all the necessary tools and products.
The Japanese manicure is based on the classic manicure, in which the nails are filed first. The cuticle is pushed back and, if desired, removed with a remover. Then scoop up a paste of beeswax, silica, seaweed and rice milk, apply evenly to the surface of the nail and buff in to even out any imperfections. Then apply and rub on the nail powder containing minerals, which has a regenerating effect on the nails, and also makes them shine.