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Angelic Gel Polish Application

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Before applying any type of nail enhancements always remember to properly prepare your clients nails.

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Application Steps:
1.)   Clean and sanitize your client’s hands and nails.

2.)   Push back the cuticle and clean the surrounding nail plate.

3.)   Use a file to shape the natural nail.

4.)   Gently remove the shine using a buffer.

5.)   Remove all dust and apply PH Plus to the nail plate.

(5.5) Optional: Prime the nail with Magic Bond Primer. This is recommended for  problem peeler’s.

  • Allow to air dry for 15-30 seconds.
  • Magic bond can be applied to the entire nail or only the problem areas where customers may have lifting such as the cuticle area or around the free edge.

6.)   Apply a THIN layer of Angelic All-in-One Top and Base or Angelic Eternal Base Coat.

7.)   Place hand in an LED light for 40 seconds or UV Light (4x9watt) for 2 minute.

8.)   Apply the 1st coat of desired Angelic Gel Polish color – apply a thin layer from cuticle to free edge.  Remember to seal the edges of the nail.

9.)   Place hand in the LED Light for 30 seconds or a UV Light (4x9watt) for 3 minute for lighter colors.

10.)  Apply the 2nd coat of desired Angelic Gel Polish color – apply a thin layer from cuticle to free edge.  Remember to seal the edges of the nail.

11)   Place hand in the LED Light for 30 seconds or a UV Light (4x9watt) for 3 minutes.

12)   Apply a layer Angelic All-in-One Top and Base. (Angelic All-in-One top and base leaves the nail ultra shiny)

13)   Place hand in an LED light for 40 seconds or UV (4x9watt) Light for 2 minute.

14)   Wipe off the tacky surface with alcohol.

By Peter DeSantis the Marketing Director at DeEnterprises Inc., a Chemical Manufacturer of Manicure and Pedicure Products. You can find Peter on and Twitter.

Comments (2)

Vickie Hardman on 10/21/17 at 7:06PM

When doing acrylic can you just use primer can I get some of your samples thanks Vickie

DeEnterprises on 10/25/17 at 9:40AM

Hi Vickie,

When doing acrylic nails we suggest using our Nomma Plus or Nomma Lite primerless liquids. For more detailed information about Primer and when to use it, please refer to our blog What is the Difference? Nail Bonders, Primers & Dehydrators

Samples of our products are available for licensed nail technicians and salon owners. Please call us to create an account and we can send these samples out to you.

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