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Model: N2896Brand: Pure Nails
Halo Gel Polish is manufactured to the very latest industry formula and provides many benefits to the Nail Tech, including ease of application, fantastic shine and tremendous depth of colour while providing 14 days of chip resistant long lasting shine. This latest formula also means Halo Gel Polish can be removed very easily in less than 10 minutes using acetone.
Halo Gel Polish is completely compliant with UK and EU regulations and can be cured using a conventional 36 Watt UV Lamp or a 12 Watt LED Lamp, see Step By Step instructions below.
Step By Step Instructions
Pure Nails Nail Prep
Halo Elite Nail File
Halo Base Coat
Halo Gel Polish colour
Halo Top Coat
Pure Nails Gel Wipe
Pure Nails Lint Free Nail Wipes
12W LED Lamp or 36W UV Lamp
Pure Nails Cuticle Feed
Pure Nails White Block
Pure Nails Acetone
Remove any excess cuticle and gently buff the nail to remove the surface shine
Clean the nail plate with Nail Prep to remove any dust and surface oils
Apply a thin layer of Halo Base Coat, sealing the free edge
Cure for 60 seconds under a 12W LED Lamp or 120 seconds under a 36W UV Lamp
Apply a thin layer of Halo Gel Polish colour and seal the free edge
Apply a second layer of Halo Gel Polish, repeating the previous steps; seal the free edge and cure
Apply a thin layer of Halo Top Coat again sealing the free edge and cure
Wait for 5 seconds then wipe the sticky layer with Gel Cleanser with a Lint Free Nail Wipe
Enjoy 14 days of beautiful nails!
Gently buff the shine from the Halo Gel Polish with a White Block
Soak a Lint Free Wipe with Acetone and wrap with foil
Wait for 5-7 minutes
Remove the foil and simply slide off any excess with a manicure stick
Clean the nail and apply Cuticle Feed
Guidelines:Do not apply Halo Gel Polish too thickly, use light, even strokes.Avoid flooding the nail with product, if product comes in contact with skin, remove before curing.Ensure Halo Nail Polish is fully exposed to the LED or UV light when curing.