Unless you’re a fan of harsh dabs, you’ll avoid seasoning your nails. When you just buy a titanium or quartz nail, it’s very important that you do this. Thankfully, seasoning them is as easy as 1,2,3. Let’s run through how you can do this below.
Titanium nails are one of the best out there. However, they give off a rusty taste. This isn’t a surprise as they’re made from metal. Seasoning your nail would drastically reduce this taste, and any ‘factory’ flavor it gives off.
Without seasoning, quartz nails have a pretty odd taste as well. You definitely don’t want to taste it.
The two nails are not cheap. When you season them, you’re opening pores and getting rid of impurities as well. This lets them last longer. More importantly, unwanted polish a manufacturer may have added is removed.
Unfortunately, seasoning a nail is not a one-time thing. You’ll have to do it over and over again, until the nail is porous. Let’s talk about how you do this below.
There’s another method too. It’s much easier.
Although the oven method was easy, you can’t use it when seasoning quartz bangers.
There are a couple of mistakes you could make. We’re not shy to say that we made these mistakes when we were rookies.
Don’t go above the temperatures mentioned. This’ll weaken your nails over time, flushing the cash you spent on them down drain.
When you heat your nail, you’re looking to open its pores. As you can imagine, you won’t be opening all of them if you continue to heat the same spot.
Whether you like it or not, seasoning your nails is a must. This prevents you from having a harsh dabbing experience, which no one wants. The best thing is, it’s seriously easy to do.