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What is polygel?

Updated: Jan 21, 2019

The next supporting system for natural nails


"Not an acrylic, not a hard gel, Gelish® PolyGel® combines the best of both in a revolutionary all-in-one system that's undeniably better! Years in development and extensively salon tested; users agree that Gelish® PolyGel® delivers strong, flexible, feather light nails, that is odorless and with no airborne dust."

https://gelish.com/polygel


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Polygel is a lifesaver! I would usually recommend it for clients, who have a lot problems with peeling and breakage of their natural nails (underneath the gel polish). They don't want to wear the acrylic, but they need some kind of supports.


When you come in for your gel service to be redone, I would remove your gel color, apply a thin layer of polygel and then a new gel color can be applied on top of that. It seems like there's a lot of layers on top of your nails, but don't worry. It's so thin and light, you don't even realize you're wearing it! Nail arts and french manicure can be add on top, like I would do with regular gel polish service.


Polygel can even be used with tip extensions, if you would like to have some length.


If you have acrylic on already, and you would to move toward the natural route, polygel would also be a great solution for that. When you come in, we don't have to remove all the acrylic (unless it's really bad); polygel will be added on top of the existing acrylic, as if you were getting a regular acrylic fill in. It lasts the same amount of time as acrylic would. Eventually the acrylic will grow out completely, you can choose to continue with polygel or just get the normal gel polish service. Many of my clients would do polygel every other time, to keep up with the "abuse" from their daily life.

Polygon with gel polish designs by Momo
Polygel with gel polish designs

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