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NSI Polish Pro Update
#1
A while back I was ready to throw in the towel with my polish pro, but I wanted to come back in and let you all know that the new formula of the Base coat I received as well as a new griege and the accessory shimmers I am back to saying this is the best gel polish line in a bottle. I love it. I also have some of the renew drops. My polish bottles are amazing to apply and the wear is consistently great on everyone. I think everyone who has tried polish pro will agree that it is in fact the easiest to soak off. Leaving nothing behind, and really releasing from the nail. Unlike Shellac which doesn't just fall off. Neither does Gelish. They make soak off just "fine" but Polish Pro is better than fine. You must try it. I am hoping to find out what pinks those were in the support breast cancer ad in my email as well as ordering Sedonas got a big ol butte.
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#2
SO glad to hear the new formula is working out for you. I know how frustrated you were with it. If I decide to ever get some, you will have definitely helped with the decision (it's not about whether the product is great, it's about how many different lines and colors do I really need, plus the availability of me picking it up locally).
Laura Merzetti
http://www.scratchmyback.ca
CND Education Ambassador
Toronto, Ontario Canada
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#3
I was able to get it local and now I am not, but I need uv bulbs soon so this will be my good time to get new colors.
I hear ya about how many do we need or want, I want them all like you do, but that's unrealistic right? Sad face. I reallllllly want some of the brown taupe tones from artistic colour gloss, and every single OPI color gel coming. I will be able to get those at peels open stock someday. Looking forward to having so many well known asked for OPI to add to my already huge case. I spend more than I make lately because I need better self control with these darn gel polishes.
What's really nice is the girls in my small salon love getting their nails done and they talk it up so much I am gaining more new clients each month.
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#4
Like you ladies I go crazy with all these new gel polishes.I'm like a kid in a candy store.What to do? What to do? So the only thing I can do try some of them. OH HELP!! I finally recieved my nails mag. I think I counted almost 20 or more new gel polishes. I have ordered the small kit of the Polish Pro + one pink.When I talk to them there they were very helpfully. Customer service is very important to me. Can't wait to get it and try it on.
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#5
doxangell50 :
> Like you ladies I go crazy with all these new gel polishes.I'm like a kid in
> a candy store.What to do? What to do? So the only thing I can do try some of
> them. OH HELP!! I finally recieved my nails mag. I think I counted almost 20
> or more new gel polishes. I have ordered the small kit of the Polish Pro +
> one pink.When I talk to them there they were very helpfully. Customer service
> is very important to me. Can't wait to get it and try it on.

So glad you had a great experience! We aim to please Big Grin
Jessie Burkhardt
Director of Marketing & Communications
NSI - Advanced Products. Professionally Preferred.
http://www.nsinails.com
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#6
Sobeit, do you find that you need to buff the nails before you apply Polish Pro to get it to stay the full 2 weeks?
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#7
I believe they say to use a very fine buffer to remove surface debrit and oils. I always do this with a manicure when I use traditional polish and I do it with my SOGP manis the first time. I find the nail is plenty clean and dehydrated after acetone removal. So I guess that is a yes and a no. For me I believe a great manicure includes a very gentle buffing and it's so infrequent that I have never witnessed thining of the nail plate. It holds my regular polish much longer than most 7-14 days with minimal wear at the edges. Of course that's a case by case basis. With the SOGP now wearing longer than that for pretty much everyone, the buffing after soak would be if you had any base reside left on there.
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#8
Sobiet: thanks for all that info on Polish Pro! Do you have the color Desert Sand? I am trying to find a peachy/orangey/brown/bronze (no pink tones in it) medium tone color for a client -- and on the website it looks like a possibility. Thanks again for your help -- the Halloween tutorials were AWESOME, by the way!!
Kristi

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#9
kristibell :
> Sobiet: thanks for all that info on Polish Pro! Do you have the color Desert
> Sand? I am trying to find a peachy/orangey/brown/bronze (no pink tones in
> it) medium tone color for a client -- and on the website it looks like a possibility.
> Thanks again for your help -- the Halloween tutorials were AWESOME, by the
> way!!

I definitely think Desert Sands is a good one. You might want to look at Iced Tea too (although that is more bronzey than peachy).
Jessie Burkhardt
Director of Marketing & Communications
NSI - Advanced Products. Professionally Preferred.
http://www.nsinails.com
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#10
Thanks, Jessie!
Kristi

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#11
sobeit :
> A while back I was ready to throw in the towel with my polish pro, but I wanted
> to come back in and let you all know that the new formula of the Base coat
> I received as well as a new griege and the accessory shimmers I am back to
> saying this is the best gel polish line in a bottle. I love it. I also have
> some of the renew drops. My polish bottles are amazing to apply and the wear
> is consistently great on everyone. I think everyone who has tried polish pro
> will agree that it is in fact the easiest to soak off. Leaving nothing behind,
> and really releasing from the nail. Unlike Shellac which doesn't just fall
> off. Neither does Gelish. They make soak off just "fine" but Polish Pro is
> better than fine. You must try it. I am hoping to find out what pinks those
> were in the support breast cancer ad in my email as well as ordering Sedonas
> got a big ol butte.

Hi, glad to hear that the new formula works great, it's so nice to discover more professional options, the other day I was at Sallys and one costumer was asking the girl for the gel polish, and the girl said oh you mean gelish, she said "no" gelpolish, i had it done in a salon and I love it so now i want to buy it and do it my self, I was a little upset, and just left as the girl was trying to explain that she had to buy the all kit, and the costumer was like looking at the prices with big eyes :lol:
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#12
Quote:ParkNails :
and the costumer was like looking at the prices with big eyes :lol:
Ahahahaha. Yes they do not know that its expensive to buy full bottles for $17 and minis for $15. LOL

I do have dessert sand as well and this color in my opinion is orange shimmer. Like a real peach color, not yellowy and absolutely not brown. I would not consider it bronze like. But a nice fresh lighter orange.
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#13
Sobeit Yes!! you are so right!!, I think she thought it was going to be cheaper lol. I left thinking..oh well you can imagine what I was thinking... :twisted: :lol:
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#14
Thanks for the color description!!
Kristi

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#15
Kristi, I had a typo, that was supposed to say I would not consider it bronze, not I would. Oops. I went and edited that.
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#16
sobeit :
> Kristi, I had a typo, that was supposed to say I would not consider it bronze,
> not I would. Oops. I went and edited that.

Not sure if you were referring to my post, but I was describing Iced Tea as bronze, not Desert Sands. I think Desert Sands is definitely peachy - with no brown or pink.
Jessie Burkhardt
Director of Marketing & Communications
NSI - Advanced Products. Professionally Preferred.
http://www.nsinails.com
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#17
Oh, nope, that was referring to my reply where I was trying to say I didn't think dessert sand was bronze or brown, but auto correct made it say I did think it was bronze.
I haven't used iced tea but I have been eyeing it for a while.
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#18
sobeit :
> Oh, nope, that was referring to my reply where I was trying to say I didn't
> think dessert sand was bronze or brown, but auto correct made it say I did
> think it was bronze.
> I haven't used iced tea but I have been eyeing it for a while.

OK! Just didn't want you think I was color blind Confusedhock: Ha!
Jessie Burkhardt
Director of Marketing & Communications
NSI - Advanced Products. Professionally Preferred.
http://www.nsinails.com
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#19
Ok -- so I got Desert Sands and Iced tea (my order went through EZ Nails). I can't get this to apply nicely at all! It seems a little thick, and it kind of starts drying on the nail after a couple of swipes! I'm wondering if this is the "old" formula and if this is the same problem and the reason the formula was revamped? I guess I'm needing the Renew drops now, which seems silly that I now have to order them, pay for them and for shipping, when I think I should have gotten the newest formula in the first place! Arrrgggh.
Kristi

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#20
Kristi, contact the site below for the email address and let Jessie know what is going on. And in the meantime you can mix your bottles with an ow stick to thin it back out some, its kinda like shellac in that the solvents will separate from the gel. My Dessert sand is a little thick, but my greige was unworkable so I was sent a new bottle. Its amazing.
Quote:Jessie Burkhardt
Director of Marketing & Communications
NSI - Advanced Products. Professionally Preferred.
http://www.nsinails.com
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#21
Thank you so much for that!
Kristi

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#22
kristibell :
> Ok -- so I got Desert Sands and Iced tea (my order went through EZ Nails).
> I can't get this to apply nicely at all! It seems a little thick, and it
> kind of starts drying on the nail after a couple of swipes! I'm wondering
> if this is the "old" formula and if this is the same problem and the reason
> the formula was revamped? I guess I'm needing the Renew drops now, which seems
> silly that I now have to order them, pay for them and for shipping, when I
> think I should have gotten the newest formula in the first place! Arrrgggh.
>

I sending you a free bottle of Renew. I saw your order come in through on online system, so I have your shipping address.

Try shaking the bottles vigorously in the mean time and see if that helps.
Jessie Burkhardt
Director of Marketing & Communications
NSI - Advanced Products. Professionally Preferred.
http://www.nsinails.com
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#23
jlburkhardt :
> kristibell :
>> Ok -- so I got Desert Sands and Iced tea (my order went through EZ Nails).
>> I can't get this to apply nicely at all! It seems a little thick, and it
>> kind of starts drying on the nail after a couple of swipes! I'm wondering
>> if this is the "old" formula and if this is the same problem and the reason
>> the formula was revamped? I guess I'm needing the Renew drops now, which seems
>> silly that I now have to order them, pay for them and for shipping, when I
>> think I should have gotten the newest formula in the first place! Arrrgggh.
>>
>
> I sending you a free bottle of Renew. I saw your order come in through on online
> system, so I have your shipping address.
>
> Try shaking the bottles vigorously in the mean time and see if that helps.

I'm going to have EZ Nails send it, because you will get it much faster. I'll check back in a couple of days to make sure you got it.
Jessie Burkhardt
Director of Marketing & Communications
NSI - Advanced Products. Professionally Preferred.
http://www.nsinails.com
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#24
Jessie: Thanks very much!! I did stick a stir stick down in the bottles and gave them a good stir, as Sobiet suggested. It did help, and I was able to get my color swatches made for my collection. I will definitely be adding the Renew drops to them also, so I appreciate that very much.
Kristi

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#25
Your going to love the drops. I usually add 3, then mix, and go from there until it looks workable. I dont advise using to thin any other like Shellac as the solvents arent the same and you might ruin your bottle. If you use others that is.
How do you like the color of Dessert sands. I have one client who thinks she is in heaven and wears is every time I see her. She is a snowbird ( is that what you call it when they leave town for the winter? LOL) Awesome lady, about 90 years old, and the most unique fancy dressed woman I have ever known. Wouldn't be conservative if they paid her, orange is her thing.

Oh how is iced tea? I have been looking at more colors. I know I said that already sorry.
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