Type: No Wipe Top Coat Volume: 12 ml Coverage: None/Clear...
Type: Original Base Coat Volume: 12 ml Coverage: None/Clear...
Type: Pro Dry Top Coat Volume: 15 ml Coverage: None/Clear...
Type: Matte Top Coat (Dry) Volume: 12 ml Coverage: None/Clear...
Type: Pro Ultra Strong Base Volume: 15 ml Consistency: Medium to Thick...
Type: Original Top Coat Volume: 12 ml Coverage: None/Clear...
Type: Acrylic Gel Application: Nail...
Type: Acrylic Gel
Application: Nail Enhancements
Volume: 30 ml
Sets: 15 to 25 sets
Consistency: Thick (paste like)
Removal: Soak off in acetone
Location: UK Warehouse
Delivery: 3-5 working days
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GellifiQue® Acrylic Gel is inspired by the hottest product on the market created by "Harmony Gelish Ltd" - "Polygel".
Our product is a fusion between builder gel and acrylic powder tailored to create durable nail enchantments.
This formula comes in a tube rather than a jar or bottle and has a
APPLICATION USING A 48W LED LAMP
REMOVAL (soak off)
REMOVAL (using a drill)
Many nail technicians believe that removing every last bit of the products isn't necessary for a new set. Here is an article on the subject from @Nailsmag.com
Of course, as several nail techs pointed out, there really is no need to remove a client’s gels unless she is moving and can no longer keep up her appointments. “It is the rare occasion that I’ve had to remove a set of gels, “Wetzel says. “And that’s usually due to moving or finances, not an unhappiness with the gels themselves.”
But if the client isn’t leaving and plans to keep up her appointments, then gradual removal is best. Janice Lonardo, national education director for Star Nail Products, recommends filing the gel product off gradually and then having the client go for a follow-up manicure every week. “Filing them off all at once takes away too much of the natural nail,” she says.
Lonardo says she’s also heard of nail techs who soak cotton balls in acetone and then wrap them around the nails with aluminum foil for about 20-40 minutes. This helps soften the gel, she says, and the rest of the product can then the filed off.
Maggie Boyd, owner of Avante Studio & Spa in Barrington, Ill., also prefers the growing out method. She makes sure to shorten her client’s nails, then thins them out with a file, buffs them, and finishes of with a manicure. Between the filing and growing out process, the gel product should be gone after several appointments, she says.
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