What Is Gel Polish?
Gel Polish requires a UV or LED light to cure the polish and lock it onto your nails. Gel polish is more durable than regular polish and can last up to 3 weeks!
What are Dip Nails?
Dip Powder is a combination of glue-type liquids and powder that hardens when activated. This method is strong and durable when applied correctly.
Welcome to Nail School!
We want you to feel successful in the nail systems we have created.With step-by-step instructions for both dip powder and gel polish, your mani can last up to 2-3 weeks!
Step One: Wash and dry hands. Push back cuticles and lightly buff the surface of each nail to remove all shine.
Step Two: Apply Gel Polish Base Coat to each nail.
Step Three: Cure under the UV/LED Light for 60 seconds.
Step Four: Apply a thin layer of Gel Polish Color to nails. Avoid applying gel to your skin and cuticles. This will cause peeling.
Step Five: Cure under the UV/LED Light for 60 seconds.
Step Six: Apply a second coat of Gel Polish Color to nails.
Step Seven: Cure under the UV/LED Light for 60 seconds.
Step Eight: Apply thin coat of Gel Polish Top Coat to nails.
Step Nine: Cure under the UV/LED Light for 60 seconds.
Step One:Wash and dry hands. Push back cuticles and lightly buff the surface of each nail to remove all shine.
Step Two: Apply #1 Prep/Bond to temporarily dehydrate nails for a better bond.
Step Three: Apply a thin layer of #2 Base Coat to ONE nail at a time making sure to avoid edges and cuticle.
Step Four: Dip nail into loose powder.
Step Five: Repeat for all other nails. Use a dust brush to remove excess powder from nails.
Step Six: Repeat sets three through six twice (you will dip your nails a total of 3 times). Apply a layer of clear powder using the same method.
Step Eight: File, buff, and shape nails as desired.
Step Nine: Apply #3 Activator to all nails.
Step Ten: Apply a thin layer of #4 Top Coat and allow to dry. Apply a second coat making sure to cap each nail. Your top layer will fully dry in 5-10 minutes for a shiny finish.