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After removing the shine from the natural nail plate, apply Gelish® Cleanser to a lint free nail wipe. Apply Gelish® pH Bond to the natural nail plate.
Apply a thin coat of Gelish® Foundation from the cuticle to the free edge (Remember to seal the edge of the nail).
Cure the nails under the LED 18G light for 5 seconds or a UV light for 1 minute.
Apply a thin coat of Gelish Soak Off Gel Polish from the cuticle to the free edge (Remember to seal the edge of the nail).\nCure the nails under the LED 18G light for 30 seconds or a UV light for 2 minutes.\n
Using a Dotting Tool to create a half moon shape near the cuticle area. Cure under LED 18G light for 30 seconds or 2 minutes under UV light.
Using the Dotting Tool to create the bow tie look near the bottom part of the nail. Also add three more dots in between the moon and the bow tie. Cure under the LED 18G in 30 seconds or 2 minutes under UV light.
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 (Remember to seal the edge of the nail). Cure the nails under the LED 18G light for 30 seconds or a UV light for 2 minutes.
Remove the tacky residue on nails with the Gelish® Cleanser.
Apply Gelish® Nourish Cuticle Oil to rehydrate moisture into the cuticle and the skin surrounding the nail.
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