Sorry to be thick! 2 of main colour, cure, rub in second colour on end into tacky layer, cure, top coat, cure??? Is this right?Cure 2 colour coats then just use a gel brush or an old eyeshadow brush to burnish the pigment into the tacky layer, similar to how you'd do a glitter fade. Then top coat and cure. It's pretty easy.
Yes but the second colour I'm talking about is a pigment or additive. Not another gelicure. I tried the sponge method and I didn't like the finish of it.Sorry to be thick! 2 of main colour, cure, rub in second colour on end into tacky layer, cure, top coat, cure??? Is this right?
awesome, thank you!!!Hi I will get the Instructions for the soak off gel builder to you all later. In between clients at the minute. On another note finally got a list of Nubar Varnish which best colour matches Gelicure. I have taken a photo hope you can view it as I have not got time to sit and type it out there is loads.
Could i please have a look at the instructions to as i have recently bought some too! Thank you very muchHi I have just ordered this in, want to try it on myself I have a full set of instructions if you need it? Also would you charge this as an extra to clients?
HiCould i please have a look at the instructions to as i have recently bought some too! Thank you very much
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Tried it today on 2 of my clients with weak nails see what happens I did not charge them extra as said it is new so wanted to trial it 1st see how they get on will keep you posted.Thanks so much for posting that! That is exactly what I did when I used mine and so many of them peeled. Maybe I put it on too thick! I will try again.
It does seem high doesn't it. I have no idea how much extra to add, maybe 10%?Tried it today on 2 of my clients with weak nails see what happens I did not charge them extra as said it is new so wanted to trial it 1st see how they get on will keep you posted.
What are you thinking of charging for it Palms advised to add 30 to 50% on top of your regular Gelicure Pricing seems a little high to me what do you think?
What are you doing at the moment to secure gems? I normally just place them onto the uncured topcoat then cure and usually they stay put. A couple of times, I've had some drop off after a week or so.Hi
The Builder Gel I tried on 2 clients and myself, one client loves it has really helped the other Client still lost one of the nails she always looses but she is on loads of medication so I believe this is why. Mine did not last any longer about the same as usual however they seem to have grown more and seem a little stronger.
On another note what do you guys use to secure diamante gems I am really struggling to get them to last especially on the hands when just using Gelicure to secure any ideas welcome.