29 Jun 2013 13:40
GELISH IS AMAZING!
I am regularly asked what the difference between a Gelish nail kit and normal nail polish is, and here is the answer…!
There are several similarities between gelish nail polish and ordinary nail polish, the biggest difference being you will have three weeks with no fading or chipping of the polish. You won't be using the usual cotton wool soaked in nail polish remover to clear gelish. You will in fact have to first of all buff the surface to make it rough, then soak the gelish, then to finish of use a nail pusher tool to scrape it all off!
When we apply the standard nail polish, we usually have it painted with the base coat then the colour polish that customers want. gelish nail kit, though, has many steps of applying different layers of coating. First is "Ph Bond" (dehydrates your nails), second is "Foundation Gel", after that will be the "Colour" of the gelish that customers want and lastly it shall be the "Top Coat". This is also why gelish can last up to 3 weeks with almost no chipping or fading of nails!.
"Gelish is UV nail gel that is applied in several steps, requiring either a 36 watt UV or LED lamp to cure the gel."
some must be wondering how much damages/negative effects etc will it have? Fear not, gelish can be applied to your nails, with no causing the damage of your nails due to acrylics. It is healthier and less damaging compared to the standard nail polish! That's the reason why people love it! Who doesn't want healthy and wonderful-looking nails at the same time right? :)
How could I forget mention something extremely IMPORTANT?
Gelish only takes TEN MINUTES to dry while placing your nails under the UV/LED light!
10 MINUTES! I guarantee several of you have gone through the boring waiting time to dry your nails! Look, gelish takes only 10 MINUTES to completely dry up!
So many advantages and benefits right? Well what are you waiting for, go out and grab a set today! You won't ever go back to standard nail polish once you've tried Gelish!
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