June 10, 2014
Gella, made in the USA, is reasonably priced with all the trendy colors that give you almost every possible color combination your clients will want.
Decorate your clients’ nails with floral colored glitters and rainbow sparkles that reflect light like raindrops on petals.
Its unique formula will not chip or peel and cures to a durable and tacky finish (base) that, when wiped clean of its tacky residue, can also leave a crystal clear protective finish (top).
Represent your salon’s color collection in this attractive and neat compact tree.
They are powders with fine polymers created for high pigmentation and rich color.
Available in clear, white and pink, glitter and concealer, the Gelcrylic system can be used over natural nails or nail tips.
The towels are lint-free, strong, disposable, and absorbent.
The lamp securely fits around the head providing light and magnification so nail techs can create stunning, detailed nails. Batteries are included for the adjustable light.
Use the spatula end to mix gels and the sleeker end to remove old gel from the cuticle area or remove debris from under the free edge of the nail. The #184 is a stainless steel inox model.
The peel-off nail polish lasts up to 10 days with no drying time or chipping.
June 9, 2014
The collection features six electric colors including four pigment-intense creams to complement beachwear, and two multi-faceted shimmers designed to mirror each rising and setting sun.
A unique product designed to cure, repair, and restore damaged nails in weeks.
The collection includes Tropical Pop, Ablaze, Lush, Neon Heat, Hot Tropics, and Saturated.
The collection is inspired by bold runway styles.
These luxurious lacquers apply in one coat and have a touch of pearl that will shimmer and shine in the summer sun
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