HOW TO GUIDE

Follow these easy steps to achieve the perfect Lola Lee Gel Polish finish, when using our professional 48 WATT Lamp

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File your nails with the Lola Lee 100/180 Nail File to your desired length and shape them. If you use a nail clipper, ensure they are evenly shaped.

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Cure the Lola Lee Base Coat for 120 seconds in a UV lamp and 30 seconds in a LED lamp.

Note: The Base Coat will remain tacky even after it has been cured.

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Push back your cuticle from the nail plate gently with the Lola Lee Cuticle Pusher.

Metal cuticle pushers do a good job, but please be gentle! You want to only remove the cuticle, not a layer of your nail. Double check for cuticle debris by pulling back the side walls of the nail with your fingers.

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Cure the Lola Lee Gel Polish Colour for 120 seconds in a UV lamp and 30 seconds in a LED lamp.

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Buff the entire surface of the natural nail with the Lola Lee Buffer, removing the natural shine of the nail. You don't want to use anything rough on the nail plate because you will cause damage to your nails.

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Cure the Lola Lee Gel Polish Colour for 120 seconds in a UV lamp and 30 seconds in a LED lamp.

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Remove any filing dust by cleaning with a Lola Lee Nail Wipe and a drop of Lola Lee Sani Liquid.

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Apply a second Lola Lee Gel Colour Coat and cure. After the second coat, you should be satisfied.

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Apply a very thin layer of the Lola Lee Base Coat to the nail from cuticle to free-edge (the end of the nail). If you do have a mishap, be sure to remove any Base Coat from the skin and cuticle before curing in the lamp.

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Apply a thin layer of Lola Lee Top Coat to the nail from cuticle to free-edge.

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Cure the Lola Lee Top Coat for 120 seconds in a UV Lamp and 60 seconds in a LED lamp.

Voila!
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File your nails with the Lola Lee 100/180 Nail File to your desired length and shape them. If you use a nail clipper, ensure they are evenly shaped.

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Push back your cuticle from the nail plate gently with the Lola Lee Cuticle Pusher.

Metal cuticle pushers do a good job, but please be gentle! You want to only remove the cuticle, not a layer of your nail. Double check for cuticle debris by pulling back the side walls of the nail with your fingers.

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Buff the entire surface of the natural nail with the Lola Lee Buffer, removing the natural shine of the nail. You don't want to use anything rough on the nail plate because you will cause damage to your nails.

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Remove any filing dust by cleaning with a Lola Lee Nail Wipe and a drop of Lola

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Apply a very thin layer of the Lola Lee Base Coat to the nail from cuticle to free-edge (the end of the nail). If you do have a mishap, be sure to remove any Base Coat from the skin and cuticle before curing in the lamp.

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Cure the Lola Lee Base Coat for 120 seconds in a UV lamp and 30 seconds in a LED lamp.

Note: The Base Coat will remain tacky even after it has been cured.

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Apply a very thin coat of Lola Lee Gel Polish Colour to the nail from the cuticle to the free-edge. It is normal for the first coat to look streaky – do not apply a thicker coat to avoid this.

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Cure the Lola Lee Gel Polish Colour for 120 seconds in a UV lamp and 30 seconds in a LED lamp.

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Apply a second Lola Lee Gel Colour Coat and cure. After the second coat, you should be satisfied.

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Apply a thin layer of Lola Lee Top Coat to the nail from cuticle to free-edge.

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Cure the Lola Lee Top Coat for 120 seconds in a UV Lamp and 60 seconds in a LED lamp.

Voila!