22.10.2014
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Las tarifas de envA­o internacional e importaciA?n son pagadas en parte a Pitney Bowes Inc. Professional account registration bio sculpture gel, Here’ ’ll find answers professional questions information bio sculpture’ complete line professional gel products.. I was pretty excited when Sally Hansen announced a new product that would give you a "true 2-step manicure with no light needed" with up to 14 days of color and shine even though I can't even imagine wearing the same color for two weeks. Target had the best price for getting the starter kit with a color and the top coat, so I got Street Flair there, then CVS had a Buy One, Get One 50% off sale (and I had ExtraCare Bucks) so I got Twiggy and Grey Matters there. I don't like not using a base coat for a number of reasons but I decided to follow their directions exactly.
Again I noticed streaks in the topcoat even though I worked as quickly as I could and sat out in the sunshine for up to 15 minutes. As a control I decided to use Grey Matters again, only this time treat it like a regular polish with a base coat, two coats of color, and one coat of Seche Vite. Erin's review of Sation BYOBottle reminded me of one of the OPI polishes I got in my haul when I visited the family. Since the Zoya Naturel Collection had so many of my favorite colors you knew there were going to be comparisons, didn't you? I was browsing through Ulta the other day, coupon in hand, and I saw a display of new Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure colors.


El empaquetado debe ser el mismo que se encontrarA­a en una tienda, a menos que el artA­culo haya sido empaquetado por el fabricante con material no destinado a su venta en tienda (por ejemplo una bolsa o caja sin etiquetas). I was hoping for that "just painted" glossy look for when I go away for a week or even just a weekend (which is probably another reason why I change my polish so frequently.) Their instructions say to use two coats of Miracle Gel color over no base coat, then one coat of the Miracle Gel top Coat which you then let "cure" in natural sunlight for 5 minutes or so. I was going away to the Cape for the weekend so I decided to start with the bright and beachy Grey Matters, a gorgeous grayed pastel blue. The color applied just as any other polish and I did a clean up before applying the top coat but even so there was a lot of color transfer to the brush. I was mostly taking photos that weekend so my nails weren't stressed all that much but the appearance after four days was not what I was hoping that a gel-like polish would be.
At the very least the appearance of wear should have been minimal because it was so close to a naked nail color, right?
Si resides en un Estado Miembro de la UE aparte de Reino Unido, el IVA de importaciA?n de esta compra no es recuperable. I had read that you needed to apply the color away from sunlight or a strong UV light because it would start to set quickly so I avoided the window and only had the over-the-sink light in the bathroom. It started to look pretty ragged by the second day but I waited for four days for a fair comparison. I even gave this one two coats of topcoat hoping that would give me a smooth glossy finish but, nope — still with the brush strokes. As I said before, I don't like not using a base coat and needing to set it in natural daylight meant that I couldn't do my nails at night, as I usually do.
I didn't get a sense that it was "curing" as I worked but I was disappointed to see that there were brush strokes in the top coat even after it settled in place.


Giving it the benefit of the doubt and knowing that pastels can be iffy, I tried again with Street Flair, a neutral sort of medium purple. I actually think that this one looked the worst of the three but to be fair, I was working those days and that puts my nails through a lot more than just reading and relaxing.
I ran outside and sat in the sunlight with my hands stretched out for 10-15 minutes, just to be sure that it had enough exposure. Fortunately, that gave me the best results in the end and, while I'm not sure it would last two weeks, at least it would get me through a weekend. However, I don't want to discourage you from giving the system a try — I decided to give it a go after reading a positive review by Karen at I'm A Beauty Geek where she also mentions that her sister had results similar to mine so it appears that individual "nail chemistry" has something to do with it.
I'd recommend buying it at a store with a liberal return policy such as CVS or Ulta, though, just in case it doesn't work out for you. Target, Walgreens, and CVS each had displays of varying sizes with mostly different colors so check around to see which ones have colors you might be interested in. I also use a top coat at all times, even if the polish says not to do so (as with Zoya's PixieDusts).



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