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Gel Nail Polish

Product Price: Rs 150 / PieceGet Best Price

Product Details:
Packaging Size10 ml
Finish TypeGloss
Packaging TypeBottle
ColorMulticolor
BrandMB Nails
Pack ContainCuticle Oil
FeaturesHigh Gloss, Long Lasting, Cruelty Free
Usage/ApplicationPersonal , Parlour , Etc.
FormGel
Country of OriginMade in India

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A gel polish manicure is a manicure that uses a soft gel in the form of polish. The gel polish acts as an overlay on the nail that lasts for at least two weeks (but often as long as four weeks). The result is high shine nails with no chipping, peeling, or cracking. When applied by an experienced, professional esthetician, gel polish manicures are gentle to the natural nail.

Unlike regular nail polish, gel polish must be cured (ie. hardened) under a UV or LED light. Curing refers to the chemical process that occurs when photo initiators within the gel are exposed to the specific wavelengths of UV or LED light. This chemical reaction, called polymerization, converts the soft, liquid gel into a hard, solid gel. After curing, a residual sticky layer (called the inhibition layer) remains on top of the solid gel. The stickiness is the result of oxygen in the air inhibiting the cure on the surface layer of the polymerizing gel polish. Any residual stickiness on the nail is easily removed by wiping with a lint-free wipe soaked in high concentrate alcohol such as rubbing alcohol.

What is a Shellac manicure and is it different than a gel polish manicure?

A Shellac manicure and a gel polish manicure are the same thing. Shellac is a brand name for the original long-wear gel polish created by Creative Nail Design (CND). “Power Polish” is Shellac’s patented nail product which is a hybrid of a nail polish and a gel. Shellac and all other gel polishes are applied like regular nail polish to natural nails (ie. no sculpting or filing is required).

How is a gel polish/Shellac manicure different than gels/gel nails?

Many people are confused by the difference between gel polish and gel nails. A gel polish is a soft gel that is too soft to create a nail extension. In other words, no length can be added to the natural nail with gel polish. Gels, on the other hand, are a type of artificial nail using hard gels. Once cured, hard gels are tough enough to be made into a nail extension. As a result, gels can be used to add length and strength to the nail. A main benefit of gel polish as opposed to gels is that in the long term, gel polish is much less damaging to nails than traditional gels.

How is a gel polish manicure applied?

The esthetician will manicure the nails including trimming, shaping, and cuticle grooming. Prior to gel polish application, she will roughen up the nail bed with a file or buffer (though this process is not required specifically for Shellac). Next, she will dehydrate and clean the nail bed with alcohol then apply the base coat. Following the base coat come two coats of gel polish colour then a final top coat. Each polish coat must be cured either under a UV or LED lamp for anywhere from 30-60 seconds (depending on the brand) before the next coat can be applied. Finally, the esthetician will remove the sticky film residue on the nails using alcohol and apply cuticle oil to the nails to bring back nourishment into the cuticle after the harsh alcohol application.

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Gelish Gel Nail Polish 15ml

Gelish Gel Nail Polish 15ml

Product Price: Rs 149 / PieceGet Best Price

Product Details:
Finish TypeMatte
Packaging TypeBottle
ColorGelish
Pack ContainCuticle Remover
FeaturesNon-toxic
Packaging Size10 ml

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A gel polish manicure is a manicure that uses a soft gel in the form of polish. The gel polish acts as an overlay on the nail that lasts for at least two weeks (but often as long as four weeks). The result is high shine nails with no chipping, peeling, or cracking. When applied by an experienced, professional esthetician, gel polish manicures are gentle to the natural nail.

Unlike regular nail polish, gel polish must be cured (ie. hardened) under a UV or LED light. Curing refers to the chemical process that occurs when photo initiators within the gel are exposed to the specific wavelengths of UV or LED light. This chemical reaction, called polymerization, converts the soft, liquid gel into a hard, solid gel. After curing, a residual sticky layer (called the inhibition layer) remains on top of the solid gel. The stickiness is the result of oxygen in the air inhibiting the cure on the surface layer of the polymerizing gel polish. Any residual stickiness on the nail is easily removed by wiping with a lint-free wipe soaked in high concentrate alcohol such as rubbing alcohol.

What is a Shellac manicure and is it different than a gel polish manicure?

A Shellac manicure and a gel polish manicure are the same thing. Shellac is a brand name for the original long-wear gel polish created by Creative Nail Design (CND). “Power Polish” is Shellac’s patented nail product which is a hybrid of a nail polish and a gel. Shellac and all other gel polishes are applied like regular nail polish to natural nails (ie. no sculpting or filing is required).

How is a gel polish/Shellac manicure different than gels/gel nails?

Many people are confused by the difference between gel polish and gel nails. A gel polish is a soft gel that is too soft to create a nail extension. In other words, no length can be added to the natural nail with gel polish. Gels, on the other hand, are a type of artificial nail using hard gels. Once cured, hard gels are tough enough to be made into a nail extension. As a result, gels can be used to add length and strength to the nail. A main benefit of gel polish as opposed to gels is that in the long term, gel polish is much less damaging to nails than traditional gels.

How is a gel polish manicure applied?

The esthetician will manicure the nails including trimming, shaping, and cuticle grooming. Prior to gel polish application, she will roughen up the nail bed with a file or buffer (though this process is not required specifically for Shellac). Next, she will dehydrate and clean the nail bed with alcohol then apply the base coat. Following the base coat come two coats of gel polish colour then a final top coat. Each polish coat must be cured either under a UV or LED lamp for anywhere from 30-60 seconds (depending on the brand) before the next coat can be applied. Finally, the esthetician will remove the sticky film residue on the nails using alcohol and apply cuticle oil to the nails to bring back nourishment into the cuticle after the harsh alcohol application.

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Gel Nail Polish 8ml

Gel Nail Polish 8ml

Product Price: Rs 99 / PieceGet Best Price

Product Details:
Usage/ApplicationPersonal , Parlour , Etc.
Packaging Size8 ML
BrandMB Nails
Packaging TypeBottle
Country of OriginMade in India

ALL INDIA  CASH ON DELIEVERY WITH TRAINING 
A gel polish manicure is a manicure that uses a soft gel in the form of polish. The gel polish acts as an overlay on the nail that lasts for at least two weeks (but often as long as four weeks). The result is high shine nails with no chipping, peeling, or cracking. When applied by an experienced, professional esthetician, gel polish manicures are gentle to the natural nail.

Unlike regular nail polish, gel polish must be cured (ie. hardened) under a UV or LED light. Curing refers to the chemical process that occurs when photo initiators within the gel are exposed to the specific wavelengths of UV or LED light. This chemical reaction, called polymerization, converts the soft, liquid gel into a hard, solid gel. After curing, a residual sticky layer (called the inhibition layer) remains on top of the solid gel. The stickiness is the result of oxygen in the air inhibiting the cure on the surface layer of the polymerizing gel polish. Any residual stickiness on the nail is easily removed by wiping with a lint-free wipe soaked in high concentrate alcohol such as rubbing alcohol.

What is a Shellac manicure and is it different than a gel polish manicure?

A Shellac manicure and a gel polish manicure are the same thing. Shellac is a brand name for the original long-wear gel polish created by Creative Nail Design (CND). “Power Polish” is Shellac’s patented nail product which is a hybrid of a nail polish and a gel. Shellac and all other gel polishes are applied like regular nail polish to natural nails (ie. no sculpting or filing is required).

How is a gel polish/Shellac manicure different than gels/gel nails?

Many people are confused by the difference between gel polish and gel nails. A gel polish is a soft gel that is too soft to create a nail extension. In other words, no length can be added to the natural nail with gel polish. Gels, on the other hand, are a type of artificial nail using hard gels. Once cured, hard gels are tough enough to be made into a nail extension. As a result, gels can be used to add length and strength to the nail. A main benefit of gel polish as opposed to gels is that in the long term, gel polish is much less damaging to nails than traditional gels.

How is a gel polish manicure applied?

The esthetician will manicure the nails including trimming, shaping, and cuticle grooming. Prior to gel polish application, she will roughen up the nail bed with a file or buffer (though this process is not required specifically for Shellac). Next, she will dehydrate and clean the nail bed with alcohol then apply the base coat. Following the base coat come two coats of gel polish colour then a final top coat. Each polish coat must be cured either under a UV or LED lamp for anywhere from 30-60 seconds (depending on the brand) before the next coat can be applied. Finally, the esthetician will remove the sticky film residue on the nails using alcohol and apply cuticle oil to the nails to bring back nourishment into the cuticle after the harsh alcohol application.

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