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Dare to be Bare!

Sharyn Reeve

Check out our newest product, it's a gorgeous new range of top seals for gel or acrylic 
They are just like our normal no cleanse top seal, which is a beautiful thin gel sealant which you use over top of your acrylic or gel nails. 
You don't have to cleanse it, which saves you time and money - money on products like UV Cleansers and wipes. 
Also, being a hard gel, it will protect your acrylics from early service breakdown. 

The new Dare to be Bare collection, are three sheer shades of pink, and one clear with gorgeous holographic sparkles. 
Perfect for over your makeover powders, coloured powders, or even your blush if you have clients who prefer subtle and pretty nails. 

Give your artificial nails that finishing touch! These sheer pinks and shimmer No-Cleanse Top Seals convert any sticky gel surface into a “no-wipe” surface and provide a mirror glass finish with an exquisite sheer pink color or shimmer at the same time.
Easy brush on application, eliminates buffing and saves you maintenance time. It can be used on gels, acrylics and wraps.

Nude Pink, Rose Pink & Bright Pink, sheer pink colors – ideal for finishing with an enhanced sheer pink effect.
Crystal Dust – ideal for a quick babyboom, for a dazzling effect.

Features & Benefits
  • Thin viscosity light activated gel
  • No cleansing required
  • Can be applied over acrylic, gel or wraps
  • Leaves a lasting mirror glass finish on nail surface
  • Shine will not dull or fade
  • Easy brush on application
  • Eliminates time consuming buffing
  • UV and LED curable - cure time: UV – 2-3 minutes, LED – 60 seconds
  • Hard gel - not suitable for direct application on natural nails 
Usage

Once your artificial nails are finished, remove all dust with a clean gel sponge and then apply a thin coat of NailPerfect No-Cleanse Top Seal color of your choice and cure for 2-3 minutes (UV) or 60 seconds (LED).
If applying over acrylic or wraps finish, file your nails first. There is no need to buff them.
Cure: 60 secs LED & 2-3 minutes in UV Light.

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