Gels

Hand and Nail Harmony Reveal Gel

Reveal by Hand and Nail Harmony are UV- or LED-cured gels that bond to the natural nail using a fused keratin bonding system without the use of harsh acids for retention. With whites, clears, and pinks, these gels can define any look, and with the faster cure times of LED lights techs can save up to 20 minutes on total service time.

Reveal by Hand and Nail Harmony are UV- or LED-cured gels that bond to the natural nail using a fused keratin bonding system without the use of harsh acids for retention. With whites, clears, and pinks, these gels can define any look, and with the faster cure times of LED lights techs can save up to 20 minutes on total service time.

 

1. Prep the nail. Gently remove the shine using a 180-grit file and remove the dust. Sanitize your and your client’s hands.

 

2. Apply forms by rolling them between your fingers to prepare for a proper fit to the client’s nail. Secure the form and pinch the tabs at the tips for a proper C-curve.

 

3. Sparingly apply pH Bond to the nail plate and allow to dry. Then apply a layer of Gelish Foundation Gel and cure in an LED light for 10 seconds.

 

4. Pick up a medium-size ball of Clear Builder Gel and roll it onto the form touching the natural nail. LED cure for 10 seconds, then pinch the C-curve and cure for 10 more seconds.

 

5. Remove forms. File and shape the foundation of the nails.

6. Apply a thin layer of Pink Builder Gel onto the nail bed and draw a reverse smile line. LED cure for 10 seconds.

7. Apply a medium ball of White Gel onto the clear extension next to the natural nail. Roll the product off the brush while pulling toward the free edge. 

 

8. Apply a thin layer of Clear Gel to the entire nail surface from the eponychium to the free edge. LED cure for 30 seconds. Wipe the tacky layer with a lint-free wipe saturated in Cleanser.



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