Kill your nails in no time? No problem. Allow yourself to remove shellac yourself? Generally easy. Realize the horror of what has been done. Already. Take action? But of course. This is how Anny Green Tea Sensitive Hardener and Anny Green Tea Hyaluronic Shot 2-Phase Hydrating Serum with Gluronic Acid appeared in my life. I “offered” them a terrible state of nails on the verge of their complete delamination.
Each nail threatened to go into depression and give up nail polish for the next six months. This is a tragedy for me. Serious. Both for the blogger showing polishes here, and for the woman who loves to change the color of her nails every three days.
All of this made it difficult for Anny Green Tea Sensitive Hardener to influence and influence them in any way. A month later.
Every day I had to cover them with varnish. This is how all varnishes work, whose purpose is to cure the nail plate: the first day – one layer, the second day – the second layer, the third day – another layer, the fourth day – removing the varnish and covering with a new layer.
Sometimes I forgot to wash the nail polish on the fourth day and wore it for 5-6 days. This happened because the varnish did not chip off and did not peel off after 2-3 days.
This allowed the nail to be sealed and not disturbed. After a week, I noticed how the cracks healed, but the likelihood of delamination was still high.
It wasn’t until the third week that the stratification stopped on some of the fingers, where it was not as obvious as on the others.
After a month, it completely disappeared and did not appear again. Generally. The course was over and now I cover my nails with regular varnish, the old fashioned way.
There is nothing more beautiful for a test drive of a strengthening polish than nails after shellac.
I got a complete picture of how it works and how obvious the result is. I am insanely sorry that I didn’t take a picture of “before” and “after” nails for you.
Against the background of Anny strengthening nail polish, Anny Green Tea Hyaluronic Shot moisturizing serum with gluronic acid fades in its effect.
The serum version is convenient for daytime rather than nighttime use. It is quickly absorbed, superficially moisturizes, depriving all chances of burrs appearing during the day.
When I rubbed it overnight, the next morning I did not notice any special changes, like after the DNC wax. Here he actually nourishes the cuticle for 8 hours. But in the daytime, its fat content does not allow it to be absorbed quickly, and then I go for serum.
She has no super-abilities, everything is quite modest without the effect of “wow, is this my cuticle?”. But as a support for a manicure, why not?
I hope this capacious review answered your question: do I need it or not?
In the meantime, summer, you can give both cuticles and nails a rest, depriving them of edged manicure and decorative varnishes, doing only treatment.