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I wrote about it on my blog and I posted some pictures.
Overall I'm super impressed!
http://polished4pros.blogspot.ca/2013/02...-gels.html
I love the smoothing gel, I just ordered the sculpting gel and am excited to try it. thank you for your review on it Smile
(02-17-2013, 01:10 AM)Anna from Toronto Wrote: [ -> ]I wrote about it on my blog and I posted some pictures.
Overall I'm super impressed!
http://polished4pros.blogspot.ca/2013/02...-gels.html

Thank you for the very, very thorough and informative review and pics. Awesome, awesome job Anna.
Wondering how the strength is with these gels?
(03-21-2013, 09:25 PM)jennie Wrote: [ -> ]Wondering how the strength is with these gels?
Real good in my experience. I had on the sculpting gel for 4 weeks, 1/2" (extended from the length of my natural nail that was 1/8") almond shaped ones and I worked in a retail stock area for that time. They held up exceptionally well. I just took them off tonight to prepare for my Shellac Master Painter course.

In my opinion if you make then the thickness of a regular gel Brisa Lite sculpting gel is as strong as hard gel.
It files much better then other soak off gels
(03-21-2013, 04:26 PM)mar Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-17-2013, 01:10 AM)Anna from Toronto Wrote: [ -> ]I wrote about it on my blog and I posted some pictures.
Overall I'm super impressed!
http://polished4pros.blogspot.ca/2013/02...-gels.html

Thank you for the very, very thorough and informative review and pics. Awesome, awesome job Anna.
Thank you very much Smile)

How did you like the white sculpting gel? I found it a little hard to work with. I really liked the pink though. I normally just paint my free edge with alpine snow nowadays.
Does anyone know if you can use Brisa Paint (white) over their Brisa Lite line? They will always say not to cross lines but I have used Gelish with their Shellac base and Top coat and it works great. Just wondering - I haven't purchased the paint yet but the white sculpting gel takes some getting used to - been doing pink and whites with acrylics for years - gel takes some mastering
Yes, you can. We do it in the salon I work at.