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  • 2019-08-06
    Amazon Customer
  • 2019-08-02
    Amazon Customer
  • 2019-07-16
    Amazon Customer
    Ease of use
  • 2019-07-11
    This kit is amazing! I’m a first time user and I love how my nails come out. If you don’t want to use the nail forms you can also use a nail drill. The polygel is easy to use and you can even create ombré. Just make sure you dip your brush in rubbing alcohol to help form the polygel.
  • 2019-07-10
     I love this product it was easy to work it and it was my first time use it I would totally buy it again
  • 2019-07-05
    Bought my first kit, decided to save on money, definitely worth the buy. Each tube gives about 3 sets. In love with my nails
  • 2019-06-28
    I’ve never used befor, it was a little hard to spread the gel but got easier after practicing a few times, great value for the money & way easier than acrylics
  • 2019-06-27
    betty nasser
    I used the product for myself and it is really easy to use
  • 2019-06-22
    These are really cool. That look great once you get the hang of them! It took several trys to make them come out right!
  • 2019-06-18
    Melisa Ochoa
    I was watching a lot of polygel videos and saw a lot of Facebook ads so thought I’d give it a try and worked great! Definitely took a Couple of tries but got it down
  • 2019-06-18
    Melisa Ochoa
    I was watching a lot of polygel videos and saw a lot of Facebook ads so thought I’d give it a try and worked great! Definitely took a Couple of tries but got it down. I did order a mini UV Alamo and worked great but I think I will be upgrading to a bigger lamp for y faster finish. It took a couple of tries but I think i finally have it down. The only reason for my 4 star is because the nail brush that come with it is already falling apart and might have to order a new one.
  • 2019-06-14
    amanda beyer
    It works very well...happy with the results
  • 2019-06-09
    Amazon Customer
    Good product and cheap
  • 2019-06-06
    I am never going to the salon again! After going to get my acrylic nails done at a salon for the last 6 years, I finally decided I could save some money by doing my own nails with Polygel. I found this kit after combing through all the other Amazon kits and decided to try it out for the price standpoint and the high number of good reviews. I'm glad I did! As soon as it came in the mail I had to try it out. Everything that was described to be in the box online was there; however, the container that holds the forms was broken but it didn't effect anything so I don't mind that much. When it came to the product itself, it is REALLY sticky. I used rubbing alcohol as my slip solution, and even with that the Polygel was sticky. However, I was still able to shape my nail on the form fairly easily, and the end result turned out amazing! Beginner friendly, cost effective, and (surprisingly) really fun to do! Hopefully the overly sticky Polygel is just user error and after a few more sets I will be used to it. If you have been eyeing Polygel, get it and get this starter kit!
  • 2019-06-05
    I like that is what I was looking forward. The product since good. I don't like the colors are simple. If you have experience doing nails is great. But I don't. It took me 3 hours and don't look great. My was a refill, maybe that is why it was hard it.
  • 2019-06-04
    Katie Ann
    I’ve been using ECBASKET full coverage fake nails for a while, I glue them on and paint them with gel, I recently went to purchase another box of their fake nails and I seen their polygel kit so I decided to order this instead. I am not disappointed in my decision, after watching some tutorials on YouTube of how to work with polygel I couldn’t wait for mine to come. I received my kit today and the picture attached are my nails, for my first time I’m so pleased with the outcome. I will say the kit does not come with directions so these are my tips
    • find the size of guards you need and line them out before you start, you want them to cover the entire nail from side to side•

    •file or use the ruff side of a buffer to ruff up the nails just a little bit•

    •wipe the nails off with some rubbing alcohol, I’d recommend using a paper towel over a cotton ball because you don’t want any fibers of cotton left on the nails•

    •apply the base coat and cure for 60sec you need a nail lamp to use this product•

    •get a little bigger than pea size of polygel on the spatula end of the tool and place it into the guard•

    •Don’t try to smooth out the polygel with the brush until you dip it into some of your rubbing alcohol, this is call a “slip solution” some people use acetone but I recommend alcohol. Using a slip solution will allow the brush to slide over the polygel, without it it’s going to stick all over the brush•

    •smooth out the polygel making sure it’s thinner where your cuticles will be and thicker towards the top of the nail clean up any that comes over the sides•

    •you can go ahead and prepare all of the guards with the polygel it will not dry until it’s cured•

    •apply the guards to your nails press lightly just enough so that the gel is adhering to your nails but not enough to where you squeeze it out the sides•

    •the polygel gets very hot at first when you begin to cure so put your nail under the lamp for 1 to 2 seconds and take it out repeat this about 10 times or so until you don’t feel a stinging or a hot sensation•

    •now that you’ve flash cured go ahead and cure for a full 60sec, I cured mine again for another 60sec for a total of 120 seconds•

    •now you’re ready to take the guards off, just wiggle them side to side in sort of a twisting motion like you’re trying to twist the guard off, it will pop off after a few seconds•

    •now you can file them to your desired length and shape, you can use a buffer and smooth over the nails if there’s anything ruff but that’s optional•

    •after filing go ahead and wipe off the nails with some more alcohol to make sure no dust is on them and there’s a clean slate to apply the top coat•

    •apply the top coat and cure for 60sec and you’re done!•

    I used the white and dark pink for my nails!
  • 2019-06-02
    Pretty dope! Excited to try it more, was a little more difficult than expected. Practice makes perfect!
  • 2019-06-01
    Ernie Marquez
  • 2019-05-25
    Shellie Briley
    I really like the product, but I wouldn’t say this is for beginners. It takes some practice, and can get messy, if you’ve never worked with gel before. In the end, I really liked the look.
  • 2019-05-25
    michelle patryas
    Tubes are not full and took some practice to use properly. I actually use it to make my press ons thicker. Very time consuming.
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