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Gelish® Soak-Off Gel Polish applies like polish and cures in a LED lamp in 30 seconds, or 2 minutes in traditional UV lamps. Gelish stays on nails for up to 3 weeks with no chipping or peeling, and soaks completely off in only 10 - 15 minutes. Directions: Gelish® Soak-Off Gel Polish must be cured with LED Light or UV Light system. Apply over Gelish Foundation or Structure Gel. Do NOT apply directly to the natural nail. Must be cured for 30 seconds under LED Light or 2 minutes under UV Light. Apply 2 thin coats and cure between each coat. Seal with Gelish Top IT OFF. Remove with Gelish Artificial Nail Remover.
As others have said, this is a pure white and it’s very opaque... you probably could get away with only one coat. Looks great for summer, especially topped with Gelish “Lots of Dots” on one nail, or all of them!
Best white polish
Not milky or thin. Nice thick color that really only needs one coat. Plus it's smooth and goes on super easy
i was looking for a white that looked like snow and not like chalk, this was perfect. i hope that makes sense, probably doesn’t lol.
This polish is a solid white. I bought it to do a French manicure. But it also looks good in the whole nail if you’re into that look. It’s easy to work with. In the picture below shows the polish before curing and it’s one coat. Hope this helps.
Very nice neutral shade of white, it doesn't have any undertones which is nice - it is a very solid white. The only thing about it that can be frustrating is that it gets dirty overtime, ever so slightly on the tips, but i know that happens to most all whites and light colors overtime. Otherwise, it is very thick and only requires 2 coats of polish to be opaque!