For different types of nail plates, choose one of the following combinations of uses: BOND * + Polybase.
Depending on the type of nail plate, choose one of the additional binders.
* Acid-free Bond, Extra Bond Nail Repair, Acid Primer, Base Coat + Polybase.
An additional option is to use a transparent base to smooth out extremely deformed nails, or to ensure even better adhesion of the nail plate to the Polybase.
Use of Polybase with gel, acrylic, and polygel systems as a color coating.
METHOD OF USE:
Prepare the nail plate as usual: do a manicure and give the nail shape.
Remove excess grease and moisture using the Didier Lab Dehydrator on the nail plate. Varnish all nails with the selected additional bonding agent: Acid-free Bond, Extra Bond Nail Repair, Acid Primer, or transparent base.
Apply dark Polybase colors with 1 thin layer and dry in a lamp LED lamp 60s / UV 2min (at a lamp wavelength of 395-405nm)
Apply Polybase second layer and dry in a lamp in an LED lamp 60s / UV 2min (at a lamp wavelength of 395-405nm)
Apply Top-coat with the selected top coat of gel polish. Dry in LED lamp 60s / UV for 2min.
* Light colors can be varnished with 1 rich forming layer due to permeability. Varnish dark colors in 2 coats.
IMPORTANT! Did you know that the drying of highly pigmented varnishes in a lamp is affected by nanometers (beam length)? Make sure your lamp is powerful enough. The most suitable wavelength for the new generation of highly pigmented varnishes is 395-405nm. If your lamp has a shorter wavelength to ensure proper polymerization of the material, double the drying time.
Choose a lamp with a white or mirror bottom. These reflections improve the quality of the polymerization. If you do not have such a lamp, just place a white sheet, a mirror or a piece of aluminum foil under the bottom of the lamp.
For professional use only. Eye, nose and skin irritant, may cause allergic reaction. Keep away from open flame. Keep out of reach of children. Keep out of sunlight. Keep tightly sealed. Read direction for use carefully