1 - Tammy Taylor Nails - www.TammyTaylorNails.com - Acrylic Nails, Manicures, Pedicures & Natural Nails
Reactions: Burning, Peeling, Itchiness, Bumps,
Redness, puffiness, blistering, using a Drill, Allergic reaction...
(Some people say they have an allergic reaction)
How to Neutralize - Important to read
Reactions also include
skin around cuticles peeling or
and little red or
white bumps around cuticle
skin; and itchiness
around cuticle skin area.
Plus the introduction of
Tammy's newest nail liquid:
|Red, inflamed, itchy & burning sensation
of the fingers and or cuticles.
Burning & Primer, and
reactions and sensations are caused
by over priming.
Drill can thin natural
fingernails - see #11 below
on how and when to
use the Drill.
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Reactions - Burning & Primer -
Allergic Reaction, and how to
Neutralize - Some will call this
skin around cuticles peeling or cracking,
itchiness, and little red or white bumps.
(red, inflamed, itchy & burning sensation
of the fingers and or cuticles)
Two biggest culprits: Too much primer & primer
applied too close to cuticle skin.
1. One area of concern is: Does the Technician use the Pterygium Stone after Etching with the Purple Terminator 100-grit file?
- If the Pterygium skin (which grows on top of the fingernail) is not etched; it can soak up primer like a sponge.
- This can cause sensations like: itching, burning and cracking.
- Itching, burning and cracking is usually due to too much primer.
2. Does the Technician blot the primer brush on a towelette before applying the primer to the natural fingernail?
- When the primer brush is not blotted – too much primer can be released onto the natural fingernail, and can then be soaked up like a sponge, by the pterygium skin.
- The primer can also run over the tip of the free-edge and soak into the hyponychium skin, on the underside of the natural fingernail, and cause burning.
3. As a client, have you started any new medication?
4. As a client, are you exposing your hands to any chemicals?
5. Are you receiving a service, before the application of the acrylic nails; like: a Manicure? Or a Pedicure?
6. What are you or the Technician using to remove polish and/or top-coats?
7. What brand of primer is the Technician using?
8. Neutralize: IF the finger tips or cuticle skin start to Burn... Neutralize the primer.
- Add 1 tablespoon of regular “baking soda” to 1 cup of tap water, and put into a bowl big enough for fingers. Mix and soak the fingers in this baking soda & water solution.
- Soak fingers for about 10-20 minutes, to neutralize the primer.
- Regular Baking soda (like Arm & Hammer) and water can neutralize primer.
9. Sometimes the cuticles & or the fingers can get red, inflamed, itchy & burning, even after you leave the Salon.
10. Allergic reaction: A lot of people will refer to this “red, inflamed, itchy & burning sensation”, that is usually caused from “over-priming”, as being an allergic reaction. Since acrylic products do not produce any type of spores, and become inert when hard, the words "allergic reaction" should not be used.
- In this case, soak your fingers at home, in a baking soda & water solution.
11. Note on Drills – NEVER use the drill to Etch the natural fingernail:
- The drilling of the natural fingernail causes thinning of the fingernail and can allow the primer to penetrate the natural fingernail.
- NEVER allow a drill to be used to Etch your fingernails.
- ALL Etching should be done with a hand-file, preferably the “Purple Terminator 100-grit” file. (See #1 above.)