"LEOPARD" gel polish with black particles 10 ml
Polymerization: LED 60 sec. / UV 2 min. / CCFL 90 sec.
The color of the gel polish in the photo is only a visual aid. Depending on the monitor or phone screen or general lighting, the actual color may vary.
1. We remove the old material (if any) with a hard metal tip with a red tape (recommended only for craftsmen with practice) or we dissolve it with the help of cosmetic acetone. We roughen the surface of the material with a file of 180/240 gr., wet a sheet of cotton wool or cellulose with acetone, place it only on the surface of the material so that the liquid does not come into contact with the skin, cover it with foil and keep it for about 10 minutes. until the material thaws. We push the material away with a cuticle pusher or an orange stick.
2. A file of 180/240gr is used to prepare the nail.
3. We push back the cuticles and perform a hardware or combined manicure.
4. Clean the dust from the surface of the nail well.
5. Apply a dehydrator on the nail, let the substance evaporate.
6. We cover the surface of the nail with super bond.
7. We cover the nails with a "rubber" base in a thin layer, rub a small amount of the material on the surface of the nail plate and polymerize in an LED lamp for 60 seconds.
9. We put a small amount of material on the surface of the nail, without pressing the brush on the surface of the material with light movements, we shape it by stretching it towards the free edge of the nail and allow the material to distribute and even out by itself. How much material to apply depends on the type of natural nail plate. We form the material on one surface of the nail, briefly fixing the material in the lamp. After covering all the nails, be sure to polymerize in an LED lamp for 60 seconds.
10. If the material is unevenly distributed somewhere, we can lengthen it a little, shape it with a 180/240 gr file. after cleaning the dispersion with "cleanser" and a cellulose sheet.
11. When the material is evenly distributed, it can be varnished with gel varnish after polymerization.
12. We push the skins aside to make sure that there is no "rubber" base that has escaped anywhere on the skins.
13. You can varnish the first layer thinner closer to the cuticles (we varnish one nail at a time, briefly fixing it in the lamp, thus preventing the material from running into the cuticles). When we polish all the nails with the first layer, we must polymerize it in an LED lamp for 30 seconds.
14. Using the same principle as we varnished all the nails before, we varnish a second time and polymerize in an LED lamp for 30 seconds.
15. We cover the polished nails with a top layer of gel polish, polymerize in an LED lamp for 120 seconds.
16. We apply oil on the surface of the cuticles.
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