May 23, 2012
GELGELGELGELGEL! Acrylic RUINS your natural nail!!!
<- Bad techs ruin nails. Product does not ruin nails. Also all gel is made with acrylic, it is just a different application method.
May 24, 2012
I prefer gel :) Rachel ur nails look nice
gel nails are a little bit more expensive but better for your natural nails :).
May 25, 2012
I always do my nails in acrylic, my cousin gets her nails done in gel, and they are always cracking.
Gel. It is less damaging and look more natural. Acrylic nails seem tacky to me.
May 26, 2012
Its a good thing we have options!
When i got gel nails for prom last year they peeled off 2 days later. I would suggest either acrylics or the stick on nails from a drug store
May 29, 2012
It all depends on if you're trying to allow your natural nails to grow out or not. There is nothing wrong with either option and both if not done properly can be very harmful to your nail plate but neither is more harmful than the next. Either way make sure you go to a tech that is very professional, and that you have been given rave reviews about them. Also if you do decide to get the gel nails please make sure to put on sunscreen to prevent any harm done through the UV lamp.
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