Light Elegance Lexy Line Gel - White - Ideal White
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- Made in the USA
- 100% HEMA-monomer FREE Formula
- For Professional Use Only
- MANUFACTURED RESPONSIBLY
- Package Protection Available at Checkout
Light Elegance Hard Gels come in every viscosity and style. Choose from base gels, fill gels, building gels and everything in-between. This hard gel system is durable, cures with no odor, easy to apply, and fun! Cures in both UV and LED Lamps.
Ideal White is the white you've all been asking for. Now techs can create the ideal pink & white more easily and appeal to an even greater range of skin tones.
- Thicker viscosity than French Tip means it stays where you put it
- Holds smile line beautifully
- Extremely high opacity for brighter and more opaque whites
- Easy application for beautiful French manicures
- Pairs wonderfully with Ideal Pink Builder for Ideal Pink & Whites
All Light Elegance gels purchased from The Nail Hub are CFL/LED compatible and should be cured under UV light for 30-60s per layer (depending on product instructions) in the Light Elegance LEDdot lamp or equivalent (Akzentz Hybrid Pro, Kokoist Le Blanc, or Kokoist Infinity).
***Please note Light Elegance products are not compatible with all brands and not all UV lamps are able to fully cure this product. We highly recommend sticking with one brand of product throughout an entire service and using one of the approved professional grade nail lamps on our site for best results.
Light Elegance products are intended for use by trained and/or certified nail professionals ONLY and are not for at-home or DIY use. By purchasing this product you acknowledge you are a professional or have been certified to use this product. Light Elegance products are sold exclusively through professional nail distributors like The Nail Hub that are assigned to specific areas. As such these products cannot be sold into another distributor's area. Please check the list of all restricted areas.
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