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KookyNail


Fashionistas Launched in January 2011, Kooky Nail Fashionistas continue to ‘dare to be different’whilst being ultra cool as no heat is required for application! Kooky NailWraps aremade from the latestmicro thin vinyl, and last six to eight weeks on toes and are unaffected by water.Their latest designs are featured in the Jessie Collection, with musically inspired bold reds,metallic golds and black with harmonic reflective symbols.


To apply, prepare the nail plate by pushing back the cuticles and removing any debris. Remove shine fromthe nail plate, and cleanse and dehydrate using a natural nail prep. Choose the correctly sized Kooky wrap to fit the nail plate, place in the centre of the nail close the cuticle and gently press, working towards the free edge making sure that none of the wrap is touching the skin. Cut off the excess wrap leaving a small overhang off the free edge, then file in a vertical downwardmotion to shape the wrap to the free edge.


To remove, heat the surface of the wrap using a hair dryer, and peel slowly fromthe cuticle to the free edge, reheating periodically.


• The Beauty Partnership: 0113 249 7025


Bio SculptureNail Transfer


Foils Bio Sculpture Gel is one of the only Gel products that nail art can be embedded into for a smooth finish that won’t catch or pull and therefore will last for up to three weeks on fingernails.Thirteen different foils are available, plus studs in gold or silver, and round rhinestones in white or black.


NailTransfer Foils are used to create a stunning effect with Bio Sculpture Gel.Available in a large variety of colours and patterns, the foil is placed on the nail, over colour and embedded into the Gel.You can use the foils either to cover the whole nail, or just to cover portions.


To apply the transfers, simply apply two layers of Bio Sculpture Colour Gel (not necessary if the foil is covering the entire nail), curing between each layer, followed by one thin layer of Sealer Gel and cure for two minutes. Cut the transfer foil to the desired length and press or tap onto the sticky surface of the cured Gel. Peel back the clear acetate backing, leaving the pattern on the nail. If youmake amistake, simply wipe off with Dual Cleanser or Sanitiser, reapply a thin layer of Sealer, cure for twominutes, and reapply the foil.To finish, apply a layer of Sealer Gel over the foil and cure, and then apply a coat of UV Gel and cure.


• Bio Sculpture Gel: 0845 331 2347 • Circle number: 163


NSINailWraps NSI NailWraps come in 32 different designs with a long lasting anti-scratch surface and UV protection.


The wraps aremicro thin for ease of application and containmemory cells which hug the nail plate formaximum adhesion.The wraps provide full coverage of the nail and don't require the use of Gel orAcrylic, or heat activation.


To apply, simply prepare the natural nail, remove the shine and shape the free edge. Select the wrap size that fits the nail bed and cut it to size.To enhance adhesion, apply NSI Polybond Nail Glue to the nail.Apply the wrap to the nail fromthe cuticle to free edge and secure with your fingertips, before rubbing over the design with a rubber hoof stick to achieve a smooth finish.Trimthe wrap down to the free edge, and file the wrap around the free edge using a SandTurtle 120-grit buffer.


• NSI (UK): 0500 252 172 • Circle number: 230


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