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Why do tiny “hairs” of lint show up only after the gel has been cured? How do you fix this?

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Why do tiny “hairs” of lint show up only after the gel has been cured? How do you fix this?

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Any hairs that show up after the gel has been cured can be detected before the product is cured. As a rule of thumb, I always check my product a second time before I cure. This is especially important with the sealant. After I apply sealant to all five fingers, I go back with a little more sealant (and I stress the word “little” since you don’t want to flood the cuticles) on my brush to lightly brush over the nails one more time. With this step I will usually detect lint or pitting in my sealant and I am then able to fix it. -- Amy Becker

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