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After removing the shine from the natural nail plate, apply Gelish® Nail Surface Cleanse to a lint free nail wipe to remove any dust. Apply Gelish® pH Bond to the natural nail plate to dehydrate the nail.

After removing the shine from the natural nail plate, apply Gelish® Nail Surface Cleanse to a lint free nail wipe to remove any dust. Apply Gelish® pH Bond to the natural nail plate to dehydrate the nail.  

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Apply a thin coat of Gelish® Foundation from the cuticle to the free edge, capping free edge. Cure nails in an 18G LED light for 5 seconds or a UV light for 1 minute.

Apply a thin coat of Gelish® Foundation from the cuticle to the free edge, capping free edge. Cure nails in an 18G LED light for 5 seconds or a UV light for 1 minute.  

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Use a clean gel brush or a lint-free nail wipe, remove the access Foundation on the nail plate.

Use a clean gel brush or a lint-free nail wipe, remove the access Foundation on the nail plate.  

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Apply a thin coat of Gelish® Soak-Off Gel Polish in “Garden Teal Party” to the entire nail, capping free edge.  Cure nails in an 18G LED light for 30 seconds or a UV light for 2 minutes.  Repeat Step 5 for a second coat.

Apply a thin coat of Gelish® Soak-Off Gel Polish in “Garden Teal Party” to the entire nail, capping free edge. Cure nails in an 18G LED light for 30 seconds or a UV light for 2 minutes. Repeat Step 5 for a second coat.  

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Use Harmony mini stripper gel brush with a small amount of Gelish® Soak-Off Gel Polish in “All Dahlia-Ed Up” to create a flower design on the nail. Cure nails in an 18G LED light for 30 seconds or a UV light for 2 minutes.

Use Harmony mini stripper gel brush with a small amount of Gelish® Soak-Off Gel Polish in “All Dahlia-Ed Up” to create a flower design on the nail. Cure nails in an 18G LED light for 30 seconds or a UV light for 2 minutes.  

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\nUsing the mini stripper gel brush fill the inside of the petal with “Arctic Freeze” to create a two-toned effect. Cure nails in an 18G LED light for 30 seconds or a UV light for 2 minutes.  \n

\nUsing the mini stripper gel brush fill the inside of the petal with “Arctic Freeze” to create a two-toned effect. Cure nails in an 18G LED light for 30 seconds or a UV light for 2 minutes. \n  

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Using a dotting tool, add small dots on the top of the flower petals. Cure nails in an 18G LED light for 30 seconds or a UV light for 2 minutes.

Using a dotting tool, add small dots on the top of the flower petals. Cure nails in an 18G LED light for 30 seconds or a UV light for 2 minutes.  

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Apply a thin coat of Gelish® Top It Off Gel Sealer from the cuticle to the free edge to seal in the design on the nail, capping free edge. Cure nails in an 18G LED light for 30 seconds or a UV light for 2 minutes.

Apply a thin coat of Gelish® Top It Off Gel Sealer from the cuticle to the free edge to seal in the design on the nail, capping free edge. Cure nails in an 18G LED light for 30 seconds or a UV light for 2 minutes.  

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Apply Gelish® Nail Surface Cleanse to a lint-free nail wipe and remove tacky residue from nails.

Apply Gelish® Nail Surface Cleanse to a lint-free nail wipe and remove tacky residue from nails.  

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Apply Gelish® Nourish Cuticle Oil to the cuticle and surrounding skin to rehydrate.

Apply Gelish® Nourish Cuticle Oil to the cuticle and surrounding skin to rehydrate.  

 
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