> My comment would be to make sure you understand application techniques of anything
> that you are currently using. In another thread you posted you are having
> problems with your current brand of gel. Sometimes we think the problem is
> with the product when it's really with our technique. As someone who product-
> hopped early on in my career, I can honestly say the majority of the time I
> didn't like the product, it had nothing to do with the product but with my
> lack of proper training to use it.
> So the product that is 'better' is the one that works the best for you. Consider
> how many steps you want to do to create a set of nails. Do you prefer a one-
> step gel? Or a system with many different gels such as builders, bonders,
> top coats? There are so many different products out there, and you have to
> try them until you find the one that works. What works for me may or may not
> work for you. The most important thing is to receive the proper instructions
> for using the products, and then follow them to the letter.
> Hope I've helped
I totally agree. It's not always a question of one system being "better" than another - it's what is best suited for you. You mentioned you've tried gels you weren't thrilled about. What things about these gels didn't you like? (ie. not user-friendly, not enough color options, etc.) If you are bit more specific about what you are looking for, I think you could get some great recommendations from this site.