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Gel Polish is a soak-off polish that wears like a gel and cures in a LED lamp in 45 seconds. Gel Polish stays on nails for up to 2 weeks without chipping or peeling, and soaks completely off in only 10 - 15 minutes.


  • Treat your nails like jewels, not tools!

  • Wear gloves when doing housework.

  • Use cuticle oil regularly.

  • Avoid heat! Intense heat tends to damage the chemicals inside the gel and cause this durable polish to bubble and crack. While a person does not need to avoid heat at all times (after all, Mother Nature produces hot summer days and people cannot stay in air conditioning 24/7), do avoid intensely high temperatures within the first 24 hours after a gel polish application. This includes a sauna or sunbed. 

  • Avoid Pressure on the Nails

  • Biting and picking at nails damages the cuticle and also causes damage to the gel polish and natural nails. Any type of pressure like this, including filing nails, weakens the strength of the gel and causes layers to crack and peel. The point of a gel manicure is to have maintenance-free nails for weeks to come that offer a smooth look at all times. Avoid anything that has the potential to ruin this look.

  • Use acetone-free nail polish remover when removing nail polish.

  • Tanning lotions and hair dyes may discolour your nails, wear gloves when applying them.

  • Avoid creams and hand lotions that contain lanolin as they may cause lifting.

lash lift aftercare

The great thing about a Lash Lift is that it is a very low maintenance procedure however, there is a little extra care required over the first 24-48hrs.

  • Be gentle with your lashes; no rubbing.

  • Do not get your lashes wet for the first 24 hrs.

  • Do not use harsh products on your eyes/lashes.

  • Use of Sauna/Steam is possible after 24hrs but may weaken the effect of the lift.

  • No eye make up for 24 hours.

  • Avoid waterproof mascara’s.

  • Swimming should be avoided for at least 24hrs.

  • No other facial beauty treatments for 24hrs. 

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