Toenail Treatment - Miracle Gelous Reconstruction





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Published on Jul 26, 2016

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Toe Nail reconstruction is a wildly underused salon service that can be very lucrative and can also be life changing for your customers.

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1-Prep the nail by pushing back cuticle. Remove shine using a 180 grit Gelous file. File the nail to reduce thickness, if necessary. Cleanse and dehydrate the nail plate with 99% isopropyl alcohol.

2-Apply a thin coat of Gelous Flexi gel and cure in UV for 30 seconds.

3-Using Gelous Sculpt-X gel extend the nail from the free edge to create the desire nail shape and length. Cure in UV for 30 seconds.

4-Still using Gelous Sculpt-X gel apply one thin coat to the whole nail including the extension. Do not cure yet. Apply a drop of Gelous Sculpt-X gel to fill in the area where the natural nail and extension meet. Using your brush pull product to areas missing product, add more if needed. Cure in UV 30 seconds. Remove sticky residue with a lint-free wipe and 99% isopropyl alcohol.

5-Using a 100 grit Gelous file, shape the newly built free-edge to the desired form. File down the surface of the Sculpt-X gel until an even surface is achieved and no shine is left. With a sanding block smooth the surface to prepare for colour application.

6-Apply a coat of the organically pigmented Gelous Colour FX of choice. Cure in UV 30 seconds. Apply a second coat and cure again in UV 30 seconds.

7-Protect your colour and add shine with Gelous Nail Armour. Apply one coat and cure in UV 2 minutes. Remove sticky residue with 99% isopropyl alcohol. Finish with your favorite cuticle oil.

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