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Would you like beautifully painted nails, but ordinary nail polish never stays on properly? Then gel polish is the solution. You can apply it on the natural nail, but also on acrylic or gel nails. You can choose from various colors that you can enjoy for at least 2 to 3 weeks. The nails look groomed and feel stronger. Don't you want this too?
Gel polish nails
Would you like groomed nails that you don't really have to look after? Then gel polish is what you need. You paint the nails in your favorite color and then enjoy them for 2 to 3 weeks. After application you can continue immediately because the polish is cured the moment the nails come out of the lamp. Applying gel polish does take some time, but by doing it regularly you will become more proficient and create your perfect gel polish nails. Do you like more of one color or do you like nail art? With gel polish, it's all possible.
Best gel polish
The best gel polish is different for everyone. See what you like. The best gel polish color is also very personal. Are you a fan of a neat, but inconspicuous manicure or do you prefer a bright color? We have a wide range of gel polish colors, you can find them under NailPerfect UPVOTED Soak Off Gelpolish and check out all the color options. Many colors can also be combined for nail art.
How to use gel polish
Before you can start using gel polish, it is important that you have everything you need. Look carefully per product what you need. Very important is a good UV or Led lamp, because gel polish must always be cured. When using a UV lamp you must cure all layers for 120 seconds and with a LED lamp it is 60 seconds. If gel polish does not stay on your nails very well, make sure you follow all the steps correctly. This is important for a good adhesion. Make sure you never paint on the skin, because this will make the polish come off much faster.
- Step 1: file your nails into the desired shape and length.
- Step 2: gently push your cuticles back with a cuticle pusher or bok paw.
- Step 3: Gently roughen the nails so that there are no more sheets on the nail. Use a nail buffer to do this.
- Step 4: Degrease the nails if necessary.
- Step 5: for good adhesion, use a primer.
- Step 6: apply the base coat and harden it under an LED lamp or UV lamp.
- Step 7: apply your favorite gel polish color to the nails. Again, harden this one under the lamp.
- Step 8: Apply a second coat of color and then harden it again. If you still don't find the color opaque enough, apply another coat until you are satisfied.
- Step 9: Finish with a top coat. This can be a glossy or matte top coat. This coat should also be cured under the lamp.
- Step 10: remove the adhesive layer with a cleaner if necessary.
- Step 11: finish with a wonderful cuticle oil to re-condition the skin.
Gel polish removal
It is important to remove gel polish properly. If you don't do this, you may end up damaging your own nails.
- Step 1: file off the gloss layer of the polish.
- Step 2: Use a remover with acetone to soak off the gel polish faster. Apply this to a cotton ball and place it on the nail.
- Step 3: Apply a piece of foil to the cotton ball and finger. Repeat for all fingers. Tip: you can also do one hand first.
- Step 4: let it soak for about 10 minutes.
- Step 5: remove the foil and cotton ball.
- Step 6: push the leftover gel polish off the nail with a cuticle pusher. Do this gently. Is the polish still too stuck? Again, apply a cotton ball with acetone and let the polish soak a little more.
- Step 7: Wash your hands when you are done removing it.
- Step 8: Apply a cuticle oil to repair and care for the skin.