Orly Gel Nail Color is a traditional gel product and must be used with gel base and topcoat and cured under a UV/LED Lamp.
FOR USE WITH UV/LED LAMP
How To Use:
1. Starting with clean, prepped nails apply a single coat of Orly Easy-Off Basecoat to the entire nail. Cure for 30 seconds.
2. Using your color of choice apply a thin, even layer to 2 nails at a time, curing with the Orly Mini Lamp for 30 seconds.
3. Repeat for a second coat, curing all nails with the Orly Mini Lamp for 30 seconds.
*Pro Tip: Work in thin layers for the best results and wear building up to the desired coverage. You’re better off with three thin coats than two thicker coats.
4. Apply Orly Gel No Cleanse Topcoat and cure with the Orly Mini Lamp for 60 seconds.
5. Hydration is key - be sure to apply cuticle oil daily.
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Q: What is Orly Gel Nail Color?
A: Orly Gel is our line of professional gel manicure products. Orly Gel Nail Color requires curing under a UV/LED Lamp and should be used with Orly Gel Essentials including Primer, Basecoat, and Topcoat. Orly Gel Nail Color provides high-shine, chip-resistant manicures that will wear for up to three weeks.
Q: I got Orly Gel Nail Color and when I apply it, it won’t dry! What am I doing wrong?
A: Orly Gel Nail Color is a true gel product and must be cured under an LED or UV light. Orly Gel Nail Color will not dry on it’s own like a traditional lacquer. Click here to watch a video tutorial for an at-home gel manicure using the Orly Gel system.
Q: Why does my Gel polish peel off and what should I do?
A: For maximum wear time and to avoid peeling, be sure to properly prep the nail before applying your gel basecoat, color, and topcoat.
To properly prep the nail, file to your desired shape and lightly buff the surface of the nail to create a slight texture. Using a lint free wipe and 3-in-1 Cleanser or Alcohol, wipe the nail plate to remove any dust, oils, or lotions. Finally, apply Orly Gel Primer to the tip of the nail. Click here to watch a video tutorial for an at-home gel manicure using the Orly Gel system
Q: How do I remove a gel manicure?
A: To safely remove a gel manicure and minimize damage to your natural nails be sure to use the following instructions. Never pick or peel off a gel manicure as this can cause damaged, weak nails.
First, using a medium grit file, file away the top shiny layer of your gel manicure.
Apply genius remover to the cotton pad in a foil remover wrap and wrap around the nail with the cotton pad on the nail and let soak for 10-15 minutes.
Remove the foil remover wrap and using a Cuticle Pusher & Remover, gently push the gel off of the nail. If the gel doesn’t come off easily, continue to soak for an additional 5 minutes. You should not have to use force to remove the gel material.
After removal, file your nails to the desired length and shape and lightly buff the surface of the nail if necessary. From here you’re ready to apply a new manicure. Be sure to apply cuticle oil to replenish hydration.
The color shown on your screen may differ from the actual nail polish color.