Gels

CND Brisa Clear Sculpting Gel Application

CND’s Brisa gels bring an advanced approach to polymer innovation. The gels are lab tested to ensure that nails are strong, thin, and natural-looking, and they are also hypoallergenic and odorless as well. Brisa Gels have a non-stringy, easy-to-use formula, and are versatile enough to be applied onto forms, or natural nails.

CND’s Brisa gels bring an advanced approach to polymer innovation. The gels are lab tested to ensure that nails are strong, thin, and natural-looking, and they are also hypoallergenic and odorless as well. Brisa Gels have a non-stringy, easy-to-use formula, and are versatile enough to be applied onto forms, or natural nails.




  1. Apply a thin, clear base layer of Brisa Clear Sculpting gel to a nail that has been prepared for enhancement with a clear tip already applied and blended. Cure in the Brisa lamp for two minutes. Do not remove the tacky inhibition layer.
  2. Using Brisa Lamp White, or Soft White Sculpting Gel, establish a smile line by draping a string of gel into a deep, even smile.
  3. Fill in the entire free edge of the nail with Brisa White, or Soft White Sculpting Gel. Be sure the gel is even and covers the entire extension edge of the nail. Lock the UV gel into place for 10 seconds in the Brisa lamp. Do not remove the tacky inhibition layer.
  4. Sculpt zones two and three using Brisa Opaque Sculpting Gel. Cure for two full minutes in the Brisa lamp, then remove the tacky inhibition layer with Scrub Fresh. Shape the nail with the Boomerang Padded File, and clean all dust from the nail and seal with Brisa Gloss. Cure for two full minutes in the Brisa Lamp then clean the inhibition layer from the nail with Scrub Fresh.


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