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Salon System Gellux Nail Polish - Mini You Can Can 8ml

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Gellux Gel Polish has been designed to apply like a polish and wear like a gel, with a patented formulation that is wear and chip resistant, while still allowing for removal by soaking in acetone. Suitable for use on a natural nail, nail extension system, Acrylics or Fibreglass, Gellux polishes last up to fifteen days.

  • Luxury 30 second gel polish
  • UV & LED compatible
  • Dries instantly for smudge free nails
  • Up to 15 days of glossy colour
  • Soak-off removal

Can Gellux be used on natural nails? 

    • Yes, Gellux is perfect for natural nails, on fingers or toes for instant, long lasting vibrant colour.What is the difference between Gellux and an ordinary nail polish?
    • Gellux polish dries instantly. No waiting for polish to dry means no accidental smudges and a long lasting glossy finish.How long does Gellux polish last?
    • Gellux is a hybrid between traditional nail polish and salon gels. It is applied like a polish but with a hard wearing chip, scratch and fade proof finish that lasts for 15 days.Will Gellux damage the natural nails?
    • Gellux causes no more harm to the natural nail than a traditional nail polish and can even help to protect the natural nail from bumps and breaks.Can Gellux be used over the nail extensions?
    • Yes, Gellux can be applied over any nail extension system.Is a special lamp required?
    • Gellux can be cured with either UV in 2 minutes or LED in just 30 seconds!How is Gellux polish removed?
    • First remove the clear top coat from the nails by buffing gently with a 180 file. It is important that this top layer of clear gel is completely removed. Take care not to buff down to the natural nail.
    • Next use 'Gellux Remover' on nail size pieces of lint or cotton wool. Secure the lint in place on each nail with aluminium foil.
    • Leave the foil parcels in place and remove after 15 minutes.
    • The gel should now be 'crumbly.' Use a cuticle stick or cuticle handy to ease away the gel.
    • Buff with a sanding sponge if small amounts remain.
  • Wash hands and unless reapplying Gels, use your preferred treatment to restore moisture to the nails and cuticles.