BO. Soakable High Shine Top Gel Hema Free – gives nails a smooth and high-shine finish and protects the BO. Soakable Gel Polish and other systems from fading or dulling.
Soakable Matte Top Gel Hema Free – gives nails a smooth and perfectly matte finish.
- BO. Soakable Top Gels Hema Free do not have a noticeable dispersion layer, however it is still recommended to cleanse with BO. Gel Cleanser after curing.
The most important feature of these Top Gels is that they are Hema free, so the perfect products for clients suffering with allergies to Hema.
Curing: 120 sec. UV / 60 sec. LED
Features & benefits
- Hema Free
- Ideal top for natural nails and also suitable for artificial nails (gels and acrylics)
- Also ideal for toe nails
- Easy application – applies like a polish
- Easy removal in just 10 minutes
- Lasts beautifully for up to 4 weeks
- No damage to natural nails
- No odor
- No waiting for polish to dry
- Curing: 120 sec. UV / 60 sec. LED
Step 1: Prepare the natural nail as usual and apply BO. Natural Nail Sanitizer onto the natural nail plate. Allow to fully dry before applying BO. Soakable Base Gel Hema Free.
Step 2: BO. Soakable Base Gel Hema Free – Wipe the brush off on the bottle neck to remove excess product. Cap the free edge of the nail to ensure durability and prevent shrinkage of the product. Holding the brush horizontal to the nail, apply a thin layer of BO. Soakable Base Gel Hema Free over the entire nail from cuticle area to free edge. Cure all four fingers together for 120 sec. UV / 60 sec. LED. Repeat the process on the other hand then on the thumbs. Optional: brush with a clean gel brush to remove excess tacky cured base gel to decrease the chance of shrinkage and to get a smoother color application.
Step 3: BO. Soakable Gel Polish Color – Rub the bottle between the palms of your hands to ensure that the color is thoroughly mixed. Cap the free edge with BO. Soakable Gel Polish to ensure durability and prevent shrinkage of the color. Holding the brush horizontal to the nail continue to the center of the nail. Move the brush from the center of the nail up towards the proximal nail fold and then stroke it down towards the free edge. Ensure to keep polish off the skin. If polish has touched the skin remove prior to curing the nail by using BO. Gel Cleanser and a Cuticle Pusher. Cure all four nails for 120 sec. UV / 30-60 sec. LED. Repeat the process on the other hand and thumbs.
Step 4: BO. Soakable Gel Polish Color – Apply a second thin coat of polish using the same process. This coat provides full coverage when using an opaque color. NOTE: if using a dark shade or a different lamp, it may be necessary to cure a second time to ensure that it is completely cured and that no color bleeds into your Top Gel application.
Step 5: BO. Soakable Top Gel Hema Free – Wipe the brush off on the bottle neck to remove excess product. Cap the free edge of the nail to ensure durability and prevent shrinkage of the product. Holding the brush horizontal to the nail, apply a thin layer of BO. Soakable Top Gel Hema Free to each nail surface of all four nails on one hand. Cure all four nails for 120 sec. UV / 60 sec. LED. Repeat on the other hand and finish with thumb application.
Step 6: Cleanse after curing. Saturate a gel sponge with BO. Gel Cleanser. With light pressure wipe away the top gel film, (this is barely noticeable on the BO. Soakable Top Gels Hema Free). CAUTION: Do not re-wipe the nail with a used portion of the gel sponge, as it will redistribute the film causing dulling to the Top Gel. Use a clean saturated gel sponge for each finger. Tip: Wait with cleansing for about 1 minute after curing to let the nails “cool down” to get even more shine.
Step 1: Have the client wash their hands with liquid soap and warm water. Towel dry.
Step 2: Remove the seal on each nail using a BO. Hygiene File 180 Grit. Saturate a Foil Wrap with BO. Soakable Gel Remover and secure the foil firmly around the finger.
Step 3: Leave the Foil Wrap on the finger for ten minutes. Using a twisting motion, pull the Foil Wrap and product from the fingernail.
Step 4: If necessary, gently remove any excess Gel Polish using with a Cuticle Pusher. Be careful not to scrape away the surface layers of the natural nail plate.