1. Perform a manicure and prepare the natural nail for gel polish application.
2. Following manufacturer’s instructions, carry out your gel polish service to the point of application of colour coat and cure.
3. Using a Lecenté G1 or P1 brush pick up the multi glitz nail glitter with your brush before patting and pressing onto your inhibition layer of gel polish. (use P1 brush where the inhibition layer of Gel Polish is less tacky, the G1 brush is perfect for high tack finish Gel Polish and for glitter fades)
4. If you are using a Gel Polish that does not leave a high tack finish you can use a thin layer of Base Coat or Foil Gel after your colour coat to apply glitter.
5. Use your brush to gently sweep any excess glitter from the nail plate.
6. If you are using one of our more chunky Multi Glitz Nail Glitters and your client wants a texture free finish apply a coat of Lecenté Smooth It! to encase the glitter, ensuring you cap free edge.
7. Thoroughly Cap and seal the glitter with your chosen Lecenté Top Coat before curing.
8. Thoroughly cleanse using a lint free nail wipe/pad and Lecenté Finishing Wipe.
Some of our multi glitz nail glitters contain larger pieces which you may struggle to adhere to the nail, in this case you can use our LED Nail torch to secure the more chunky multi glitz nail glitters into Lecenté Smooth It! or Top Coat. Alternatively, you can pick up the larger pieces using a dotting tool or your Lecenté T1 Tool and place some of these larger pieces individually before taking your brush and patting and pressing the smaller pieces onto your nail.
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