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Harmony Gelish Uv Soak Off Gel Polish -Sheek White (0.5 Oz)

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Product Description

Color: Sheek White

sealer top gel ceate the ultimate finish. To be use with Gelish Soak Off Gel Polish. Will not dull, chip, or peel.

Product Details

Color: Sheek White
  • Product Dimensions: 1.6 x 1.6 x 3.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003VMZ8HY
  • UPC: 812803013237 885466181704 885108558079 885521913639
  • Item model number: gelish013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (218 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,907 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

It is the perfect color of white to use for a french manicure.
Connie Moore
Love Gelish polishes - quick UV cured gel that is hard as nails and helps protect mine while they grow out from past acrylic enhancements.
Gnomercy
You'll be suprised how the second coat really makes it a nice solid white even though it is very thin.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

89 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Gnomercy on March 27, 2011
Color Name: Sheek White
Did a French Manicure for m-i-l a few weeks ago, she loved it.
I did two coast of Bashful color (almost clear) and then
dry brushed the smile line and applied two coats smile of
Sleek White.

It's thin enough that it is easy to work with, and thick enough
that 2 coats creates white opaque for tips. All Gelish polishes
self level so imperfections in your application will even out
if you give it a few seconds before curing. Easiest tip color
I've ever done!

I am going to apply this thinly beneath light color polishes
that are not as opaque as I'd like - I think it should "white-out"
and provide a nice base to build light colors on.

Love Gelish polishes - quick UV cured gel that is hard as nails and
helps protect mine while they grow out from past acrylic enhancements.

French Manicure Gelish combinations I've tried so far:
Bashful/Sleek White = clear shiny base / white tip
Ivory Coast/Sleek White = light tan base / white tip
Light Elegant /Sleek White = Pale Pink Shimmer base / white tip

Hope this helps!
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58 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 6, 2011
Color Name: Sheek White
I really like this color for french tips. It is a thin white color that does spread easily. I do not use the sheer color that I purchased, my coats get too thick. I let the foundation be the full nail covering. Here is the process I use.
Step 1: Apply foundation and cure the same length of time as a color so it really sets up.
Step 2: I apply a very thin and see-through coat of the white as a much bigger tip than I want it for the french tip. Also do the edges of the tip.
Step 3: I go back with a itty-bitty art brush that I dip in plain old water. I just get the bristles wet, not drippy. I dab off any extra liquid because I just want a flexible brush to pick up the extra white I spread around. I first pick it up from the nail, letting the tacky layer pull hard against the brush while I swipe the smile line. Then dab the brush off before I continue to the next nail.
Step 4: I check the cuticles and under the tips to be sure I picked up all the stray paint with my art brush or an orange stick. I final check all the smile lines to be sure I'm happy with their uniform shape. If I don't like one, I use the art brush to pull off all the white and re-apply.
Step 5: Then I cure in the light for a full color time.
REPEAT for a solid white tip.

Remember, the coats should be very thin. You'll be suprised how the second coat really makes it a nice solid white even though it is very thin. Don't go too thick or you will see bubles and fat tips that peal off!

POINTER #1: Cotton-balls are your enemy. I keep them away from my nail kit because every little particle or fuzzy shows up on your nails as glossy mountains! I find that the art brush is really handy for picking up any clingy fibers and flakes!

Pointer #2: Save the wine to celebrate after your nails are finsihed...I've made the mistake of starting that before french tips and it didn't turn out well. :*)
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Nicole C. on March 29, 2011
Color Name: Sheek White Verified Purchase
This is the perfect color for those wanting to have a long-lasting french manicure. It just adds one more step to the Gelish process, so maybe it takes 5-7 minutes longer than a typical mianicure -- but so worth it!

This white is PURE white, so you will only need one coat.

One pointer, though - when painting the white tips, paint one hand then process it under the UV or LED light, then do the other hand. Otherwise, the white tends to spread out beyond the tips if you wait to process it.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By MamaTechGeekPrincessShopaholic on June 19, 2011
Color Name: Gossip Girl Verified Purchase
I just got my first gel polish manicure last week, but the technician did an awful job. That awful job was $35 and lasted pretty well considering I USE my hands daily at work. I open drug bottles, peal the seals off and pull out the cotton... I fold and stick prescription labels on for 10 hours per day. If this lousy gel manicure can last through all this, I nice job should be outstanding. Just to prove it true...

So I thought for sure I can do a better job myself, at home. I researched and bought all the necessities on Amazon (love me some Amazon!) delivered to my doorstep in a few days! I bought the soak off cleanser to remove the last job, the base coat, 2 polishes [[ASIN:B003VMU63K Harmony Gelish Uv Soak Off Gel Polish -Gossip Girl (0.5 Oz)] andand the top coat add a 36W UV nail dryer for under $150 and I'm set. I already had the other essentials: 99% alcohol and 100% acetone, cotton balls, foil, emery board, cuticle remover, pusher and nippers. take a look! my novice results are not too shabby at all. I was a little scared at first - my nails were tacky after drying in the UV oven... like they weren't curing. Duh, it's just residue. Dab some 99% alcohol on a cotton ball and wipe my paws, et Voila!

Definitely a do-it-yourselfers dream. I'll report back on the durability of these new nails ;0) true testing starts Wednesday. It already survived dishes and baking today. real work test starts Wednesday night.]
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By bcbrosemer on June 18, 2011
Color Name: Sheek White
I have many bottles of Gelish polish, and love them all. Except Sleek White. For some reason, this seems much thinner and runnier than other colors. It's hard to control and goes on streaky. It takes a minimum of two coats to get an even, smooth application. If you are using it for french tips, this can cause a ridge at the end of the nail which can be hard to smooth out. It wears as well as other Gelish colors, but not happy with the application.
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