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  • Anonymous says:

    Are any of these made in the USA

    • Anonymous says:

      Gelish mentioned in their website that they have a facility in Brea, California. It’s a possibility their polygel is made in America.

  • Anonymous says:

    Do I need a course or nail technician certificate before offering Polygel as a service to clients?

    • Anonymous says:

      It is recommended that you complete an accredited training for Polygel as it is completely different nail system compared to acrylic nails and nail gels. Keep in mind, you need to be professionally trained in the application of tips and sculpting as most of Polygel workshops don’t cover these skills.

  • Anonymous says:

    Can you use false acrylic nails as a substitute for the dual forms?

  • Anonymous says:

    I just used Gelish for the first. I loved it however the product didnt set up as expected I have an OPI lamp and even after 60 seconds it didnt harden completely. I did another 120 and it was still soft. the next the nails has improved however still soft. Is this to be expected?

  • Anonymous says:

    I’m allergic to acrylic and have been using builder gel for years. Can I use polygel/hybrid gels?

    • Anonymous says:

      Gel, acrylic and gel polish nails all contain methacrylates, polygel mixture contains acrylic and it may affects those who have allergy to acrylic. Skin experts are warning a chemical found in gel, gel polish and acrylic nails can cause an allergic reaction. Methacrylate chemicals can cause a severe, itchy rash anywhere on the body, not just the fingertips.

  • Anonymous says:

    Does polygel use glue

  • Anonymous says:

    Can you use acrylic liquid as polygel liquid?

    • Anonymous says:

      Acrylic nails are an extension on your natural nail. In order for them to be applied, your natural nail bed is filed down to create a rough surface for the glue to be able to adhere the nail extension to. Once this is done, acrylic liquid and powder are mixed together to create the acrylic that is applied on top to mould the artificial nail. This will be shaped and buffed, and then painted with either regular or gel polish.

    • Anonymous says:

      Does Polygel cause peeling and yellowing to the nails?

  • Anonymous says:

    Is there any way to apply more polygel once it’s been cured and I already added the top coat? Sometimes I notice that my extension is too thin and needs additional product or else it will break, but I don’t want to start from scratch I.e removal process

    • Anonymous says:

      To solve this problem, try to add more polygel to make an apex and put more polygel at the tips. After you do these two things, you will have thicker apex and and thicker nails at the end tips after you shape and shorten them.

  • Anonymous says:

    the poly gel made it from where?

    • Anonymous says:

      Polygel is a mixture of acrylic powder and clear gel with the ability to consistently transform into any shapes with a few pushes.

  • Anonymous says:

    All these Polygel products are easy to be applied to nails, and the best thing about them is the odor is not annoying at all compared to other nail sculpting gels.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love this product! I’ve tried multiple times over the years to do acrylic nails, and they never looked professional, nor did they stay on. The polygel goes on so quickly. I watched tutorials and followed the directions. The kit comes with a brush and it works well. Also, I bought an e-file, and that made a big difference too. Plus, there is no smell and little to no dust floating around. I am beyond happy with this product.

  • Anonymous says:

    I can’t live without polygel, I applied it by myself, and this was my first time using a professional-only product. Now I am no professional, but watch tons of videos on the application, and I did make lots of errors but realized what they were and will try harder next time. practice makes perfect. Some nails I got too thick, but as I went along, that got better. Still love the product. I bought lite pink from gelish and I could have gotten away without polish it looks so good. I hope all supplies will be available. Some people can’t afford salons but want to keep up with the trend.

  • Anonymous says:

    I have tried ibd polygel it is excellent, and the clarity is great, only a tiny bit foggy (but it could be a user error). Very easy to move, not runny, and blends from bead to bead easily and smoothly. Cures completely in a good UV LED lamp. Very easy to file and shape.

  • Anonymous says:

    How do you remove polygel from your nails?

    • Anonymous says:

      Soak in 100% Acetone for 5 to 15 minutes and then the polygel will get softened and can be easily scraped off.

  • Anonymous says:

    I’m a novice at nail and nail art. The PolyGel from ibd has been very easygoing when applied, sturdy, great looking, and very easy to learn with.

  • Anonymous says:

    After spending a couple of weeks searching for a “perfect nude polygel”. This 👏 was👏 it 👏. Gelish polygel is the perfect cover nude, and it’s very opaque. It is worth buying. Also has a nice consistency & easy to use. Be sure to cure for the proper time, especially because it’s so opaque. I cured my nails for an extra 30 seconds just to be sure.

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