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En Vogue Simply Color Gel

by Sigourney Nuñez | November 20, 2015

Offer the consistency of polish and strong durability with Simply Color Gels by En Vogue. The UV-and-LED-curable gels create full coverage for perfect one-color application and even nail art. Follow these steps for proper application featuring Hot Pink.


1. Push back the cuticles and remove any skin from the nail plate. Wipe away any dust with En Vogue Prep & Clean.


2. Apply a thin layer of Simply Super Bond. Let it air dry for 30 seconds.


3. Apply a thin layer of Simply Gel (Clear or Blush) or Simply Fibre Gel. Cure for two minutes under UV light or 60 seconds under LED light.


4. File, shape, and buff as desired.


5. Apply a thin layer of Simply Color. Cure for two minutes under UV light or 60 seconds under LED light.


6. Apply a second, slightly thicker coat of Simply Color. Cure for two minutes under UV light or 60 seconds under LED light.


7. Apply a semi-thick coat of Simply Super Shine. Cure for two minutes under UV light or 60 seconds under LED light.


8. Wipe the dispersion film with En Vogue Prep & Clean.

 For more information, visit www.envoguenails.com

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