HISTORY OF ARTIFICIAL NAILS


History of artificial nails began in the Egyptian times .Women had artificial nails created from ivory, bone or gold. The idea was to make them look as luxurious and as beautiful as possible. They believed that Long nails make your hands look beautiful and leaner .The Longer nails can also give an impression of status. Women in the Far East who grow their nails to extraordinary lengths see them as a symbol of social status. The history of artificial nails told a story of the longer the nails, the better you are treated.

The history of artificial nails began when a dentist, broke his fingernail at work, and invented the first artificial nail as a realistic-looking temporary replacement. It was America that really set off the popularity trend for artificial nails. In the late 20th century, artificial nails for women became widely popular all over the world.

Acrylic nails look and feel real, but are much stronger. The salon is the place to get your nails made-to-order. These nails are inserted under a lifted cuticle to make them look as if the grow out of the finger. Glue holds them on, but not for long. These can be worn just for special occasions because any contact with water dissolves the glue. Women in the United States enjoy artificial extensions and are sporting this trend long and strong.

In nail styles, anything goes! With the number of artificial extension systems available, women can choose the one that fits them best. Artificial nail tips can be found in any shape, size or colour. With the help of technology we can get acrylic nails that are in French manicure or beautiful prints /patterns .Celebrities are seen endorsing new acrylic nails and the trend is growing. Although acrylic nails have taken a step back especially after the discovery of gel nails. Gel nails are less harmful and sturdier. But expense wise they both are same.

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