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Hand and Nail Harmony Gelish How-to

More and more manufacturers are creating soak-off gels, including ones that look and feel similar to nail polish. New company Hand & Nail Harmony demonstrates how to use its product Gelish Color Gels.

More and more manufacturers are creating soak-off gels, including ones that look and feel similar to nail polish. New company Hand & Nail Harmony demonstrates how to use its product Gelish Color Gels.

 

These gels apply like polish, with twist cap and applicator, but are cured in a lamp like gels. The gels come in an array of colors, and cure in a LED lamp in 30 seconds and in two minutes in traditional UV lamps. Gelish stays on nails for three weeks with no chipping or peeling, and soak completely off in only 15 minutes.

 

1. Sanitize, prep, and push back cuticles. Then wipe with Hand and Nail Harmony Cleanser using a lint-free wipe. Apply a layer of Hand & Nail Harmony PH Bond, then a thin layer of Hand & Nail Harmony Pro Bond.

 

2. Apply Gelish Foundation Gel in a thin application and seal the edges of the nail.

 

3. Place hand in the LED light for five seconds.

 

4. Apply Gelish color of choice in a thin application from cuticle to free edge. Be sure to seal the edges of the nail.

 

5. Place hand in the LED light for 30 seconds. (For darker coverage, repeat steps three and four before curing for 30 seconds).

 

6. Apply Gelish Top Coat Gel Sealer from cuticle to free edge using a light application.

 

7. Place hand in the LED light for 30 seconds.

 

8. Wipe off the tacky layer with Hand & Nail Harmony Cleanser.

For more information, go to http://www.nailharmony.com.



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