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Pink Gellac Gel Polish Instructions

How to Apply Pink Gellac:

Prep and Cleanse
Step 1: Prep & Cleanse
Prep the nails by pushing back the cuticles, filing and buffing with a fine grit buffer. Cleanse the nails to remove dust and oils with Pink Gellac cleanser or 91% isopropyl alcohol and a lint-free wipe.
Apply Primer
Step 2: Apply Primer (Optional)
Apply Pink Gellac Primer or Prep Booster to your nails and allow to air dry for 15 seconds.
Apply Base Coat
Cure Time
Step 3: Apply Base Coat & Cure
Apply a thin coat of Pink Gellac Base on your nails, and cure in your LED or UV lamp.

Base cure time: LED = 15 seconds / UV = 30 seconds
Apply Gel Color
Cure Time
Step 4: Apply Gel Color & Cure
Apply a thin coat of Pink Gellac color of your choice, and cure in your LED or UV lamp.
Repeat until the color reaches the desired opacity.

Gel color cure time: LED = 60 seconds / UV = 120 seconds
Apply Top Coat
Cure Time
Step 5: Apply Top Coat & Cure
Apply Pink Gellac top coat of your choice, and cure in your LED or UV lamp. (Note: If you use a top coat with a sticky inhibition layer, cleanse with alcohol after curing).

Top coat cure time: LED = 60 seconds / UV = 120 seconds
2-Week Gel Polish Results

Enjoy long-lasting results!

How to Remove Pink Gellac:

  1. Use a coarse grit nail file on the surface of the nails. This breaks the seal of the top coat and helps the remover to penetrate the layers of polish below for faster removal.
  2. Soak a cotton ball with gel polish remover or 100% pure acetone and place it on one of the fingernails.
  3. Wrap the tip of the finger (and cotton ball) in foil, and pinch it so that the cotton ball stays in contact with the nail. Repeat steps 2 & 3 for each nail.
  4. Wait 10 minutes.
  5. Remove the foil from one finger. You should be able to visibly see the polish coming loose from the edges of the nail. Push the polish off of the nail using an orangewood stick or cuticle pusher. Don’t use sharp objects or force any polish that is stuck. Doing so could damage the top layer of your nail. If the polish doesn't push off easily, continue soaking for a few more minutes. Repeat this step for each nail.
  6. Use a fine grit buffer to smooth the surface of each nail.
  7. Wash your hands and moisturize. (If you are going to re-apply gel polish, moisturize after your next application).