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Gel topcoat discoloration
I use Gelish. I am having problems with the top coat turning pinkish brown. I only use the Arctic white for french manicures. I have never used the top coat for any other color either. The tech from Gelish said its because I use Clorox wipes. I know that's not it because I only hold them in my right hand and my pinky is up in the air. Both hands are effected and especially my pinkies which are the most discolored. I am not tanning, I was my hands after applying product to my hair. I use argan oil so I'm thinking that must be it. I have read to use a regular top coat after the curing process is complete. But regular top coat isn't going to keep that awesome shine the gel line gives. That's the whole point of why I use the gel.
I type all day at my main job. I do hair/nails on the side. I have read on line that Opi discolors as well. I am wondering if anyone can recommend a line that doesn't discolor or doesn't seem to discolor as fast. Anyone?[/color][/b][/size]
I've had clients that are hair dressers for years. Our Diamond Shine works very well for them and does not absorb hair color.
Are your nails Tuff Enuff ??

Brenda Anderson
President/Nail Tech
Tuff Enuff Nails
Checotah, Oklahoma USA
[email protected]

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