If Bob says it's true then it's true so off I toddle to educate myself by googling.UV monomer exists that does allow acrylic to be cured in a UV lamp. But very few know about this and I can't immediately think of another brand that sell it. It can be useful for 3D nail art as it gives you as much time as you want to sculpt. But is not something I would recommend for general salon use.
Perhaps the original poster believed that she was receiving gel nails, when in reality they were acrylic? Or the question contained a typo.
Glitterbels odour free monomer needs curing in a lampIf Bob says it's true then it's true so off I toddle to educate myself by googling.
The only UV curing monomer I could find are in unmarked bottles, apparently work with any powder and are cured in any lamp
Makes me cringe and my stomach turn at the thought of the allergic reactions and issues just waiting to happen from these products. Openly available to the general public too. There's more than enough issues around with incomplete curing and misuse of gel and gel polish which are already perfectly mixed fromva chemical perspective, the thought of mix ratio issues with uv cured L&p is mind boggling.
Is it a new product?Glitterbels odour free monomer needs curing in a lamp
It’s not new but quite a lot of their products are frequently out of stock.Is it a new product?
Eta - I went hunting on their site, I only found one odourless monomer which is out of stock and the latest reviews are 2 years old. I wonder if it's unavailable now.
I'm really curious but I'm not finding much information such as lamp compatibility, etc.