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CND Brisa Lite Removable Gel
#1
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
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#2
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
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#3
(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.
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#4
Wondering how the strength is with these gels?
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#5
(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.

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#6
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)

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#7
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.
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#8
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
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#9
Yes, you can. We do it in the salon I work at.
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