What if I am not a Nail Tech, Can I Apply Gel Polish at home? It takes little practice to apply your own Gel Nail Polish, you should follow the instruction provided and check out our Troubleshooting Tutorial. It's fun, inexpensive and virtually anyone can do it!
Is there any difference between the term, Gel Nails and Gel Polish? Technically Gel Nails are different. In fact the main difference is in application and there are two kinds of Gel - Hard Gel and Soft Gel.
Gel Polish is applied like a Nail Polish over the natural nails and then cured under a Lamp, widely know as a Gel Polish Manicure.This can be done easily at home. Gel Polish goes on like a Nail Polish and wears like a gel.
Hard Gel is much stronger than Gel Polish and is used to build onto the natural nail and lengthen as an extension of the natural nails. Hard gels are also known as Builder Gels. This service is provided by a trained professional.
Acrylic Nail extensions are used to lengthen the natural nail. Acrylic nails are applied by using a Acrylic powder know as a polymer and Acrylic liquid called Monomer, the two are mixed together and this created the hard nail called Acrylic Nails.
- Gel Color: The cost of the polish is about $9 per bottle.
- Top and Base Coat: A base coat and top coat $9 each
- UV lamp: Gel polish cures under an LED or UV lamp, it wont work without one of these. Curing Lamps on our website range from $35 - $145
- Click here to find out which lamp is best for you.
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