1. Products with a dispersive layer:
– create a classic gel polish, gel or acrylic manicure;
– after curing in the lamp a second coat of colour rub the dust into the surface of the nail;
– remove excess with a soft brush
– apply a gel polish top coat like Wet Look and remember to protect the free edge of the nail;
– cure it in a lamp.
2. Products from Arte Brillante
– create any nail design with Arte Brillante;
– once the second coat of colour is cured, rub the effect into the surface with a circular motion
– remove excess dust with a soft brush
– apply one of Indigo Top coats like Wet Look and remember to protect the free edge of the nail.
– cure it in the lamp.
HOLO EFFECT INDIGO – COMMON MISTAKES MADE DURING APPLICATION:
- The holo effect won’t rub onto the nails.
- A chosen gel polish creates a weak dispersive layer or was being cured in the lamp for too long.
- While applying a top coat the Holo particles rolls and bleeds into top coat;
- The gel polish is not cured enough or the layer of the effect is too thick; excess product wasn’t removed with a brush.
- The effect created patchy layer;
- The amount of the effect dust was too small and/or the dispersive layer was damaged.
- Holo effect gets rubbed off the edges of the nail;
- The free edge of the nail wasn’t properly protected with top coat.
- The particles “flake off” the nail.
- One coat of gel polish or base coat is not cured enough.
The only way to ensure long-lasting manicure with Holo effect is to use recommended products by Indigo and finishing a professional technical training in Indigo Gel Polish