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5.0 out of 5 stars Works great for French Manicure -, March 27, 2011
This review is from: Harmony Gelish Uv Soak Off Gel Polish -Sheek White (0.5 Oz) (Misc.)
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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Initial post: May 17, 2011 1:51:16 AM PDT
Gnomercy says:
Here's a tip I've discovered while using this for French smile lines. Since it doesn't harden until cured, if you make a mistake, simply clean it up to perfect with a nail brush dipped in acetone before you cure.

In reply to an earlier post on May 22, 2011 4:51:37 PM PDT
Lucky Lucy says:
Thank you so much for your comments. I can't wait to try:

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

I hope you continue to share your thoughts.

Again, thank you!

Lillie

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