1. Products with a dispersive layer:
– create a classic gel polish, gel or acrylic manicure;
– after curing in the lamp a second coat of colour rub the dust into the surface of the nail;
– remove excess with a soft brush
– apply a gel polish top coat like Wet Look and remember to protect the free edge of the nail;
– cure it in a lamp.
2. Products from Arte Brillante
– create any nail design with Arte Brillante;
– once the second coat of colour is cured, rub the effect into the surface with a circular motion
– remove excess dust with a soft brush
– apply one of Indigo Top coats like Wet Look and remember to protect the free edge of the nail.
– cure it in the lamp.
HOLO EFFECT INDIGO INDIGO – COMMON MISTAKES MADE DURING APPLICATION:
The holo effect won’t rub onto the nails.
A chosen gel polish creates a weak dispersive layer or was being cured in the lamp for too long.
While applying a top coat the Holo particles rolls and bleeds into top coat;
The gel polish is not cured enough or the layer of the effect is too thick; excess product wasn’t removed with a brush.
The effect created patchy layer;
The amount of the effect dust was too small and/or the dispersive layer was damaged.
Holo effect gets rubbed off the edges of the nail;
The free edge of the nail wasn’t properly protected with top coat.
The particles “flake off” the nail.
One coat of gel polish or base coat is not cured enough.
The only way to ensure long-lasting manicure with Holo effect is to use recommended products by Indigo and finishing a professional technical training in Indigo Gel Polish