Just like the expansion of K-beauty, Japanese and South Korean gel polish have made a revolutionary impact on the nail industry. By offering trendy marble designs, to 3D chrome effects and aurora glass nails, the trends don't stop evolving.
If you can't stand a chipped manicure, then you must already be familiar with the gel, shellac and SNS world. Now you may be wondering, what's the difference between western and South East Asian brands? To be honest, there are many aspects covering quality, ingredients, consistency and most importantly, longer lasting nails. So pretty much everything!
What are Japanese and South Korean gels?
Japanese and South Korean gel polish are non-toxic and 10-free, made from their native country and following strict quality inspection. To ensure high-quality and standards, these gel polish are made in small batches and free from mass production.
What makes these South-East Asian brands so unique is how versatile they are. They are able to provide strong adhesion to natural nails, easy soak-off with just acetone and if applied correctly, they can last up to four weeks, if not longer.
Japanese and South Korean gel polish can be used for both one-colour application and nail art due to how pigmented they are. They are truly everything like a regular gel manicure but without the bulk. A TIPS NAILS of the day ~ for those wondering, both Japanese and South Korean gels 'play well together' so play away!
Until next time,