Tutorial paint nail with Gel Uv

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For nail salon, create perfect gel nails with Alfalfa’s Geluv Soak Off Gel- Polish. Your clients will love the high-gloss finish and Geluv comes in a wide range of colors to match any client’s style. They feel happy with new nail.

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1. Sanitize the client’s hands and nail beds. Push back cuticles and shape the nails. Buff the nail bed with a buffing band or fine buffing file, and dust with a manicure brush and clean the nails with alcohol and lint-free wipes.

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2. Apply Geluv Soak Off Base Gel in a thin application and seal the edges and cure under the Geluv Hi-Power LED light for 10 seconds.

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3. Apply your choice of Geluv Soak Off Color Gel-Polish in a thin application and seal the edges and cure for 10 seconds. Repeat for darker coverage.

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4. Apply Geluv Soak Off Top Gel in a thin application and seal the edges of the nail and cure for 10 seconds. Wipe off the tacky residue with alcohol and lint-free wipes to achieve a high-gloss finish.

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5. To remove, gently file the surface of the gel top coat to break the seal.

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6. Place a cotton ball saturated with Remover over the nail, and secure with Gel-Off remover clips.

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7. Leave on for 10 minutes.

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8. Take off the clips and cotton ball and gently remove the gel with a manicure stick. Use the Geluv buffer and lightly buff the surface of the nail to remove any remaining residue. Sanitize the nails with alcohol using lint-free wipes and finish with cuticle oil.

Nail salon with all nail tools, ex : pedicure chair, nail chair, nail tub… will help your Salon become professional.

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