I’ve been trying to get better with my gel nails. I just purchased a nail drill machine to help with that. After doing a manicure and applying the gel nail polish I wasn’t happy with how flimsy my nails felt so I wanted to try out poly gel. After looking at a ton of different types on amazon I decided on this one. You get plenty of different colors to chose from, the slip solution is included , the nail forms are separated not just in a bag(super convenient). I played with the set a little bit over the weekend. It’s pretty easy to use I ended up not using the nail forms for a few and I liked doing it that way a little better. I tried using the slip solution, rubbing alcohol, and nail polish remover to help form the gel. I thought rubbing alcohol worked the best.
Decided to try this kit out after watch @LongHairPrettyNails review on youtube. When I received I was a small bit skeptical with the tube size of each polly gel. However a very small amount went a long way for me. My only con would be a bigger bottle of slip. As a beginner it takes a little getting used to the poly gel and dual forms meaning you will have some that need to be remade needing more slip to spread it out
Over all I love this product and was able to do a full set and looked like I had just left the nail salon
This new polygel kit is really nice and has six varieties of gel colors! Included in the kit are your curved nail forms, which fit my nails really well, a base coat and no wipe top coat and blue glitter. You also get a bottle of slip solution.
You need to be very careful with the slip solution because if you use too much, you will get white spots on the nail extensions. I’ve found using alcohol to be just as effective in moving around the gel.
I tried the temperature changing gel on my pinky. It’s a light, translucent purple color when cold and turns clear when warm. You can see a line where my natural nail is but you could polish them to hide that (which defeats the purpose of the color change though). I tried the soft pink on my ring finger which is an opaque baby pink color and is super pretty on its own. On my other nails, I tried the light pink which appears to be more clear. You can see a picture of my nails above. I also applied the glitter to my middle finger.
I am really impressed with this set. The gels were all easy to apply and spread nicely on the tips. I was able to get a thin natural looking application that filed nicely.
I think anyone who enjoys polygel would have a great time using this set.
I love this product! I have used poly gels before but this kit make it so quick and easy to use and gives you a beautiful set of nails. I especially like the colors included. My favorite color right now is the color change. I'm loving it! You definitely get a lot for the price and the quality is top notch. Thanks, I will definitely order again!!!
The kit comes with 6 different poly gels and I think the colors are nice neutral pink (plus a white) colors. The kit comes with a top and base coat, a brush, slip solution, nail forms, and glitter - so everything you need. It was packaged really nicely and although the tubes are pretty small, a little goes a long way and I can see these lasting me quite a while. Overall, the gels seem to be of good quality and when cured, feel hard and durable on my nail.
This was my first time using poly gel as a beginner and the downside for me is that it definitely takes longer than normal paint-on gel. Also, I wanted to keep my nails short whereas most people who use poly gel do it to extend the length of their nails. Therefore, I can see how for people who want to extend the length of their nail, this would work really well.
The color I used in the pictured manicure is a mix of the nude with a tiny bit of the soft pink and then I added my own bit of iridescent glitter. The topcoat that came with it is nice and shiny. Overall, I think this is a nice kit for people looking to use poly gel and I love all the pink shades in here.