Do LED Lamps Use Ultraviolet Light?
The simple answer is “Yes”. Both LED lamps and the more traditional compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) or sometimes incorrectly called UV (ultraviolet) lamps both use ultraviolet light to cure gel manicures.
Do you call ahead and make an appointment? Or do you roll the dice and walk-in? Have you ever wondered about the process of how they select who will perform your service
As the owner of a nail salon and many years in the business I’m asked these questions often. This blog is intended to educate you on the booking process and better inform you on what happens behind-the-scenes at your favorite nail salon.
OC Nails releases the new petite size for the UV Shield Glove. The long-awaited addition to the glove line provides more flexibility and options for smaller hands.
SAN CLEMENTE, California. September 22, 2016 – OC Nails is proud to announce the availability of the UV Shield Glove for ultraviolet (UV) protection in the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, France, and Spain.
SAN CLEMENTE, California. September 15, 2015 – OC Nails is proud to announce the launch of the UV Shield GloveTM in Canada.
SAN CLEMENTE, California. Aug 4, 2015 – OC Nails debuts the first in a new line of gloves celebrating the seasons. The OC Nails Summer Solstice UV Shield GloveTM comes in a beautiful canary yellow shade and has a distinct summer-inspired logo.
Do LED (Light Emitting Diode) lamps use ultraviolet light to cure gels?
The simple answer is Yes! LED lamps similar to more traditional compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) use ultraviolet light to cure or harden gels during a gel manicure. The main difference between LED and CFL lamps is……..