We get asked daily what is the difference in our gel systems. Our three main systems are Extra Hard Gel, Gentle Gel and Stylus Gel. Extra Hard Gel is a system we created for those clients who are transitioning from acrylic nails to gel nails. It is a medium viscosity, self leveling gel that cures very hard with little to no flexibility. It is available in clear and a translucent pink. Gentle Gel is our soakable gel system. This gel will soak off in acetone. It is a perfect solution for those clients who want a natural nail overlay and want to have the option of removal with acetone. It is available in clear, pink and white. Since this system has been released, we have added Gentle Bond (a non acid primer), Gentle Gloss (UV Cured, glossy top coat) and Gentle Matte (UV cured, matte top coat) all of which can also be removed with acetone. Finally, our newest system, Stylus Gel has various viscosity and colors within the system. This is the most versatile system in our line as it really has a choice for every client. Here is how the colors breakdown:
Clear – flexible, medium viscosity, super transparent
Pink – flexible, medium viscosity, translucent
Blizzard White – flexible, medium viscosity, super bright white, totally opaque
Full Coverage Pink – flexible, medium to thick viscosity, fully opaque, creamy pink
Thicker Thick Clear – flexible, thick viscosity, used for sculpting nails over a tip or form, non self leveling, transparent
Thicker Thick Pink – flexible, thick viscosity, used for sculpting nails over a tip or form, non self leveling, translucent
Let us know which system you use and which one works for best for your clients. We would love to hear!!!!