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Gelish Question?
#1
Can you cure Gelish soak off with Led light? If so how long? Thanks
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#2
Gelish Instructions

GELISH FOUNDATION MUST BE USED WITH GELISH SOAK-OFF GEL POLISH.

DIRECTIONS:

1. Sanitize, prep and push back cuticles. Then wipe with Hand and Nail Harmony Gelish Cleanser using a lint-free wipe. Apply Hand & Nail Harmony PH Bond.

2. Apply Gelish Foundation Gel in a THIN application and seal the edges of the nail.

3. Place hand in the LED light for 10 seconds or 1 minute in UV Lamp*.

4. Lightly remove residue from the nail with a clean gel brush or lint-free wipe.

5. Apply Gelish color of choice in a thin application from cuticle to free edge. Be sure to seal the edges of the nail.

6. Place hand in the LED light for 30 seconds or 2 minutes in UV Lamp*. For darker coverage, repeat steps 5 and 6.

7. Apply Gelish Top-It-Off Top Sealer from cuticle to free edge using a light application.

8. Place hand in the LED light for 30 seconds or 2 minutes in UV Lamp*.

9. Wipe off the tacky layer Harmony Gelish Cleaner using a lint-free wipe.

*Recommended curing times are based on a 36-watt UV Lamp. Increase cure times if using other lamps.

HOW DO YOU REMOVE GELISH?
This product will soak off in 10 – 15 minutes. Lightly file over the top of the surface with a 180 grit file to break seal. Apply GELISH SOAK OFF GEL REMOVER to a cotton ball and place on the nail.

Wrap the nail with foil and allow the nail to soak for 10 – 15 minutes. Use orangewood cuticle stick to remove Gelish. Additional time may be needed if you have used the Structure Gel to even out the nail.
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(09-21-2013, 11:29 PM)harmonysky Wrote: Gelish Instructions

GELISH FOUNDATION MUST BE USED WITH GELISH SOAK-OFF GEL POLISH.

DIRECTIONS:

1. Sanitize, prep and push back cuticles. Then wipe with Hand and Nail Harmony Gelish Cleanser using a lint-free wipe. Apply Hand & Nail Harmony PH Bond.

2. Apply Gelish Foundation Gel in a THIN application and seal the edges of the nail.

3. Place hand in the LED light for 10 seconds or 1 minute in UV Lamp*.

4. Lightly remove residue from the nail with a clean gel brush or lint-free wipe.

5. Apply Gelish color of choice in a thin application from cuticle to free edge. Be sure to seal the edges of the nail.

6. Place hand in the LED light for 30 seconds or 2 minutes in UV Lamp*. For darker coverage, repeat steps 5 and 6.

7. Apply Gelish Top-It-Off Top Sealer from cuticle to free edge using a light application.

8. Place hand in the LED light for 30 seconds or 2 minutes in UV Lamp*.

9. Wipe off the tacky layer Harmony Gelish Cleaner using a lint-free wipe.

*Recommended curing times are based on a 36-watt UV Lamp. Increase cure times if using other lamps.

HOW DO YOU REMOVE GELISH?
This product will soak off in 10 – 15 minutes. Lightly file over the top of the surface with a 180 grit file to break seal. Apply GELISH SOAK OFF GEL REMOVER to a cotton ball and place on the nail.

Wrap the nail with foil and allow the nail to soak for 10 – 15 minutes. Use orangewood cuticle stick to remove Gelish. Additional time may be needed if you have used the Structure Gel to even out the nail.
Thanks for the info.


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#4
Hi,Thanks for the former info on Gelish,I have another question,
I just removed a set of Gelish nails from a cliet that had them done some where else,After I soaked the color off she still had what appeared to be gel on her nail ,She said all she gets is soak off,but yet this part didnot soak off ,I filed it off and then put on the new gel with the instructions from you,Bond,Foundation ,color,top it off
,I dont know why this one coat didnot soak off ,does gelish have a gel that you have to file and do you use it with the soak off?Also .She got red color and when I wiped the dispersion layer alot of color came ,Is this normal or should have cured longer,I used the 36 watt uv light.
Thanks
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