Nail art is a process of disinfecting, cleaning, nursing, maintaining, modifying and beautifying the nail according to the shape, shape, skin and clothing color of the guest. It has the characteristics of diversified expressions.
The ancient Egyptians took the lead in using the gauze's skin friction to make the nails brighter, and painted with the scattered flower juice to make it charming red. In an archaeological study, someone found a cosmetic case in the tomb of Cleopatra, which recorded: Applying "virgin nail polish" to the Western Paradise.
At present, the use of phototherapy in nail art is carried out by using the light-curing gel in the nail polish to cure the reaction under ultraviolet irradiation. The nails of the nails are actually ultraviolet lamps. The UV lamp used in nail lamps generally has a wavelength of 320-400 nm, which is a range of long-wave ultraviolet rays. It does not cause particularly serious damage to the skin, but it causes the skin to tan