Pro Tips: Absolute Acrylic System
Hey nail pros! Today we’re talking all things acrylic nails.
Read on to find out answers to common questions about OPI acrylic nails and pro tips to keep in mind when your clients ask for their next fill or full set.
What are Acrylic Nails?
What is Absolute Acrylic?
The Absolute Acrylic system is an acrylic-based system formulated to provide greater
ease of use and lift-free results. It also has improved consistency and slightly less odor,
making it ideal for nail salon environments and professional nail technicians.
What are the benefits of acrylic nails and the OPI Absolute Acrylic system?
Additionally, acrylics are one of the hardest of all enhancement types, meaning
professional nail technicians can create long-length nail extensions and fun shapes, like coffins, stilettos, etc. And there’s no need to light cure! So it’s traditionally faster to apply than other enhancement types.
Lastly, acrylics are an incredibly versatile system -- use it to fix broken nails, and even
get creative with more advanced enhancements like 3D nail art. The possibilities are pretty
How are acrylic nails applied?
One of the most common services for acrylic nail application is with a pink and white overlay, Absolute Acrylic system vs. Clarite Acrylic system: The main difference between the Absolute Acrylic system and the Clarite Acrylic System is the liquid-to-monomer ratios. While Absolute uses a 2:1 ratio, Clarite works with a 1:1 ratio.
The Clarite Acrylic System is also an odor and tack-free system, making it ideal for spa
environments and easier for nail technicians to utilize FreeForms to sculpt enhancements.
Looking for more information on how to apply the Absolute Acrylic System?
How are acrylic nails removed?
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