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OPI Pure LacquerNail Apps


New Pure Lacquer NailApps fromOPI are created from100%nail lacquer and can be used with OPI GelColorTop coat to enable you to offer an additional service on fingers or toes.


The collection of precut nail strips (in eight sizes) is available in 14 different designs with high gloss brilliant shine colour – there are seven Creamdesigns and seven Shimmer designs.


Apply to the wrap to the nail, stretching the flexible NailApp for a perfect fit.Apply a coat of OPI GelColorTop Coat Cure and then cure for 30 seconds with an OPI LED light. To remove, simply use OPI’s ExpertTouch Lacquer Remover.


• LenaWhite Ltd: 01923 240 010 • Circle number: 79


Nailsy Professional


Nail Foils Nailsy Professional Nail Foils from Jessica are available in nine designs.They are applied using any heat lamp or hairdyer, and will offer up to five days wear on fingers and three weeks wear on toes, can be applied either over the bare nail or over Jessica GELeration.


To apply, firstmanicure the nails making sure the cuticles are gently pushed back and nails are properly trimmed and shaped, and remove any excess oil residue. Next, remove the punch out piece of the Nailsy fromthe backing film. Select the nail foil that is closest to the size of your client’s nail and trimit to fit exactly with scissors. Peel the nail off the plastic film, and warmup the nail foil with hairdryer or heating lamp on a low setting.


With the foil between your thumb and index finger and lay its rounded edge against the cuticle. Rub all areas of the nail foil firmly with a cuticle pusher or Jessica orangewood stick. Press down from one side to the other and work until there are no wrinkles. File off any excess Nailsy in a downward motion.


•Gerrard International: 0845 217 1360


Minx™


Minx™, launched in 2007, is a solid filmwith an adhesive backing that is heat activated.The brand has attracted a global following, and new collections are launched regularly featuring stripes, patterns, fishnets, animal prints, French styles and plain colours includingmetallics.They can be applied over natural nails or enhancements.


To apply, warmcleansed andmanicured nails. Peel the chosenMinx™design fromthe backing sheet, and gently heat under theMinx™infrared heat source. Under the heat, apply to the nail by aligning the curved end of the Minx™up close, but not touching, the eponychium. Gently pull taut and fold the excessMinx™over the free edge and secure under the finger. Starting at the eponychium, use your thumb to smooth theMinx™from the centre of the nail to the side walls working your way down to the free edge adhering smoothly to the nail surface.


Remove fromthe heat and allow to cool for 10 seconds, then at a 45 degree angle to the free edge, remove the excess using aMinx™glass file. Return to the heat and use a soft cuticle pusher to ensure complete adhesion and check that sides and all edges are snug and air tight.


To remove, warmyour clients’hands and the Minx™using the infrared heat source. Gently lift theMinx™fromthe side and feel off fromone side of the nail to the other.


• Sweet Squared Ltd: 0845 210 6060


• Circle number: 170


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