The Theory of Nails

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  1. If washing your hands can negatively affect the adhesion of product to nails why would you get your client to thoroughly clean their hands first?

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      Hand washing removes a layer of oil and bacteria, which is beneficial to adhesion. It will only negatively impact your service if the client has their hands submerged for more than 60 seconds, which is unlikely.

  2. Is there a specific reason it has to be liquid soap? Is foam soap okay to use?

    1. Liquid soap over bar soap. While foam soap is also fine, having liquid soap means the client is more likely to wash their hands thoroughly having to produce the foam themselves rather than foam soap which some will just spread it and rinse it off.

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