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Gel nails removal
Oct 27, 2007
... I just bourght a gel nail kit. I here that to remove the gel, I should use a file. But is it possible to buy some sort of liquid gel remover, to get it off? ... (1 replies)
... from the surface you touch to your nail. When the technician applies the product, the fungus spore or the bacterium becomes trapped between the nail plate and the overlay. ... (13 replies)
... For about 3 months I have been having gel nails and recently I noticed some of my nails starts to look a bit dodgy. The nail looks a bit cloudy and discoloured Its not on all the nails, but most. ... (13 replies)

... This is one reason why I never used gel in the salon. The molecules link so tightly together that they cannot be penetrated by removers. ... (5 replies)
... I was very careful filing the gel, but it seams the gel is so hard 'glued' to the nail that it's impossible not to harm the nails. The gel is lifting and at the top of the nail I can see that the natural nail is lifting too. It's impossible to remove the gel without harming my nails. ... (5 replies)
... If you are making your nail sred and sore, you are filing too much and filing off your natural nail plate layers. ... (5 replies)
... I tried to use the method you teached me to remove the gel from my nails. The problem is it's very difficult to remove the gel from my nails with a grit. I tried in more than one nail and the result was not very good. The nails are growing and the gel is breaking. ... (5 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 24, 2004
... follow the instructions on the page for filing your nails to prepare for a rebalance procedure. Then, go to your local beauty supply and get a little bottle of GEL RESIN and a can of SPRAY ACTIVATOR to cure the resin. ... (12 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 24, 2004
... As I was reading your answer I noticed the gel was not applied correctly. ... (12 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 23, 2004
... No, it is not "normal" to have air bubbles! That is just an excuse! Air bubbles are caused by improper application methods, or from whipping air into the gel when it is stirred. ... (12 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 23, 2004
... Yes, the gel was applied like nail polish and cured under a UV light. ... (12 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 22, 2004
... The tips are only applied as the foundation for the gel overlay. FIling off the gel to leave only the tips will result in the tips breaking off almost immediately. ... (12 replies)
... It is IBD Gel Resin for wraps and can be used as a stand alone product, but you will also need to buy a spray can of Hurry Up glue dryer. ... (4 replies)
... I caught my nail in the door and have been left with a hole where the nail has been damaged. ... (0 replies)
... I've attempted several times to follow your advice for helping a nail that's split vertically. ... (2 replies)
... Because of its molecular structure, gel cannot be safely soaked off the nail plate, but will need to be filed away. Generally, once the reaction stops, you can leave the gel on the nail and take several weeks to file it off yourself. ... (1 replies)
... If you are talking about having a silk wrap, acrylic or gel applied to the nail plate, yes, it does. Thye process requires the nail technician to file the surface of the nail to remove the shine, apply glue, then the silk, then more glue. ... (1 replies)
... Yes, she can apply a clear topcoat. Since you are the client and you are paying for the service, you have the right to have the nail technician meet your request. Personally, I have never used a drill because I sculpt with my brush so there is very little filing to be done. ... (4 replies)
... I have a permanent french manicure that I would like to remove because I have become tired of the time and money involved in the upkeep. I know that if my nail tech removes them she will file away my nail bed leaving me with with a film of a nail. ... (4 replies)
... ouch your skin or applied the product too wet, they overexposed your skin and nails to the acrylates in the liquid. YOu need to get the last bit of glue off that nail because as long as it is there, you will continue to experience the reaction. Get some straight acetone and wet a cotton ball with it. ... (3 replies)


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