Blooming nail effect 632 White
Are you a nail artist? You must try Semilac blooming effect. You can create beautiful blooming flowers effect or other amazing patterns on your nails. White color is a very universal color. Looks very good on dark cherry, violet gel polish colors. Try it! and don't forget to add to your shopping cart blooming base coat
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SEMILAC® UV hybrid gel polish combines the attributes of a UV gel and a nail polish. Advanced manufacturing technology of the SEMILAC® UV hybrid gel polish and specially selected and prepared pigments give it the ultimate, highest quality among all hybrid products.
UV LED 6 W lamp – 45 sec
UV LED 9 W lamp – 30 sec
UV LED 24 W lamp – 30 sec
UV LED 36 W lamp – 20 sec
UV LED 24/48 W lamp – 30 sec
UV 36 W lamp – 120 sec
A thin layer of the Semilac® Color apply on the cured Semilac® Base layer, and then cure under UV lamp. Do not apply directly on the nail plate. You can repeat application Semilac® Color to achieve a satisfactory result. Finish styling applying and curing the Semilac® Top.
For professional use
Semilac® UV hybrid are designed for professional use by certified nail technicians only. Therefore, it should only be used for professional application. To achieve a fully pleasing and safe manicure, recommended product training should be completed.
Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Do not use if sensitive to any of the ingredients. Do not use if you have damaged nails or any nail diseases. If any adverse reactions or sensitivity occur, e.g., burning sensation, itching, redness, etc., discontinue use immediately. Do not use after expiry date. Expiry date and serial number and product batch number can be found next to the barcode. Avoid direct sunlight or extreme UV light exposure. Only use on healthy nails.
Ingredients: Urethane Acrylate Oligomer, HEMA, Methoxyisopropyl Acetate, Hydroxycyclohexyl Phenyl Ketone, Bis-Trimethylbenzoyl Phenylphosphine Oxide, (+/-) CI 77891, CI 77510, CI 77289, CI 77492, CI 77266, CI 77742, CI 15850, CI 77489.