Glitter Effect - Black Blue 2,5g
A beautiful black-blue glitter with a gentle violet shine. Create a mysterious manicure and enjoy the effect for weeks.
You can use it on the entire nail or just as a nail art.
For the best result, it is advisable to apply the glitter on a grey or black colour base.
This way you will get a maximum depth of colour.
Check out more colours from the Glitter Collection here.
Smooth Effect Application
1. Apply the Glitter on the second cured layer of the UV Gel Polish Colour with an applicator or your finger.
2. Remove excess dust using a soft brush.
3. Apply a UV Top Coat on the entire nail, making sure that the free edge of the nail is well protected and cure (30sec in an LED Lamp)
4. When cured, wipe off the sticky layer of the nails using a Cleaner if needed.
Frosty Effect Application
1. Apply a Dry Top Coat (without the sticky layer) and sprinkle the Glitter all over the nail before curing.
2. Make sure the nail is fully and well covered with the glitter.
3. Cure in the lamp (30sec in LED Lamp)
4. Brush off the excess dust with a soft brush
5. Smoothen the edges with a file.
Common Mistakes and how to fix them? (Smooth Effect)
The Glitter will not rub to the surface?
- The dispersion layer (sticky layer) of the chosen UV Gel Polish Colour was too light or the colour was cured too long.
The Glitter starts to peel or roll during the application?
- The layer of the effect was applied too thick.
The effect looks irregular on the nail?
- The layer of the glitter was applied too thin.
The Glitter rubs off the free edge?
- The nail edges were not protected correctly with a Top Coat
The Glitter peels off in flakes.
- Either the Base or Gel Polish Colour coat wasn't cured enough.
Common Mistakes and how to fix them? (Frosty Effect)
The Glitter comes off the nail or peels off?
- The wrong Top Coat was used. Can't use a Top Coat with a dispersion layer (sticky layer) after curing as the effect won’t stay on.
The nail edges feel very sharp and rough?
- When finish applying the dust, smoothen the nail edges with a file.
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