You can use Gelish base coat and TIO with any other gel polish system Had to check because I just bought some ACG colours to go with my Gelish. Great news because ACG have some really blingy colours!:biggrin:
Yes, Nail Harmony has been advertising this for quite a while. And ACG almost doesn't count as another system since it's made by the same company (as is Red Carpet Manicure) and is considered to be something of a dupe. Although no longer a practicing nail pro, I've used Gelish base and TIO with OPI, Just Gel/TruGel, ACG, Geleration, LeChat and other brands. It works very well and expands your colour options dramatically.That's interesting.. have Nail Harmony themselves told you this?
Either way, I preferring using my products as a complete system.
Because I've only got 2 ACG colours and loads of Gelish ones so why would I want to buy another set of base and top when I've already got exactly the same product but in a different colour bottle!If ACG has its own base and topcoat, why not just use that with the ACG color?
I personally wouldnt do it you have no guarentee this will last as you are mixing systems and it does not look very professional mixing systems clients are aware of fake services such as gelish and shellac alot of us take alot of time to try and educate our clients on how to spot if they were not getting the full service , such as systems being mixed .
Exactly what i mean .... Lol at gluing her tips on thoughMy clients don't miss a trick but if it works for you then cool.
I'd broken an ornament in the salon the other day and glued it back together with super glue, I did it in between clients and then put the bottle to one side on my desk. My next client sat down and as I began my prep she pulled her hands away from me and said "are you going to glue my tips on with super glue?" obviously I laughed and explained but was quite surprised that she had noticed this. Clients are quite savvy about products these days, I've found anyway, I get new clients telling me when they've been to a salon and had the dreaded Bluesky Shellac... Or Bluebird Shellac as one lady called it lol xx