- Product Dimensions: 25.4 x 20.3 x 15.2 cm ; 1.81 Kg
- Item model number: HMYG0027
- ASIN: B00CHV3LNS
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 10 December 2015
- Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,03,845 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
Gelish: Complete Starter Kit
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Hesitated buying without other feedback, but the price was excellent--the light alone is usually $70.
Included gloves, set of mini ph bond, cuticle oil, foundation, and top coat, two full size polishes, LED light with Usb cord AND wall adapter, orange stick, disposable nail file, soak-off remover, nail prep liquid, plastic --all you need to do a full manicure right out of the box is the cotton!
Manicures and pedicures last two weeks on me, and I am not easy on my nails. My nails have always been prone to chipping, but are nicely protected by Gelish. Apply each coat with thin strokes (you don't need the ph bond beforehand and I don't plan on repurchasing it separately), and there isn't much of a learning curve. Youtube has tutorials if you need them, but anyone who has done their nails with regular lacquer could easily do this system. Most people seem eager to overcomplicate the steps, but they are:
-Dehydrate nails with the cleanser--this makes the gel stick.
-Apply foundation in thin coats (do NOT get it on the skin: it will lift and eventually peel the polish off more quickly), and remove any excess. I use the included orange stick to wick away extra fluid, which is sticky rather than runny. Cure under the light. You can't really overcure, so I do two clicks. The light is activated by push button, but turns off when it's finished the cycle.
-Apply polish. With each thin coat, cure again.
-Apply top coat and cure.
-Wipe nail with cotton soaked in cleanser to remove the tacky layer left behind. The nail is dry and color will not lift, but you must remove the residue.
Soaks off easily, but I always find myself peeling it when it starts to lift. Much like baking a crepe, it peels away when it's ready to be removed. Lasts about two weeks on my hands, three plus on my feet. Peeling it off without soaking it does make my nails a little messy, but I apply a lot of cuticle creme (I like the Burt's Bees rather than the supplied Gelish) and my nails don't look worse for wear after an hour.
I'm addicted. This product makes your nails look as though you had literally enameled them, making them tough and almost distractingly shiny. The LED light makes me feel less guilty about how often I do my nails now--since I bought the product I haven't gone a day without gel polish.
So I grabbed this kit (great price on amazon, looking a another $20-$40 from the store) and am pleased to announce I am typing this review with super shiny and strong fingernails! It was pretty easy to use, the sample color is super great and only required one coat, and I'm just totally in love. I would be careful not to paint on the color too thick (which is a bit difficult if you're not a professional) because the light can't completely cure it so a bit of my color slid off when applying the top coat... Need only a bit of practice though, I'm sure my next try is going to be superb.
Didn't come with great instructions but was simple enough to figure out.
1) PH stuff, 2) foundation, 3) color (and repeat if ya wanna) 4) top coat, 5) wipe on cleanser.
only the foundation, color, and top coat needs curing. Like I said, I only needed one coat of color and I did all this in maybe 20 mins. I actually applied it right on top of some plastic nail tips and silk wraps that I applied a few days ago. Looks great. Every thing you need is in this kit and I can't wait to grab a few sets of colors. If this lasts even just a week (should last 2-4 if done properly) I think I will have gotten my money's worth.
BUY IT! BUY IT NOW!!