1. How can I keep my nail gel polish from going bad?
Keep all nail gel in a cool, dry area, and away from windows as sunlight can unbalance the various ingredients. An opened bottle should be kept in its bottle to insure a longer shelf life.
2. My parcel come broken or something spilled, what should I do?
Please do not worry ,we will do our best to sort out any problem for you. All item had been fully checked before sending out. we appreciate that you can take some photo and send the photos to our email, if you are still having problems. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can send us Facebook: Coscelia Nail Art message via Messenger.
3. How do I apply Coscelia nail gel?
① Wash and dry your hands (do not apply any hand creams or oils).
② Use the cuticle pusher to gently push back cuticles and remove any dead or excess skin if necessary
③ Use a nail file to shape the free edge of your nails.
④ Remove the shine from the nail plate with a buffing block.
⑥ Apply Base Coat and cure nails for 30 - 60 seconds using Pro LED Lamp or 120 seconds when using the UV Lamp. Also, as a tip (and to prevent allergic reaction), make sure you remove any gel which could be touching your skin before curing.
⑧ Repeat to build colour.
⑩ If you have used the regular Top coat, remove the sticky layer by wiping the nails with a lint free wipe soaked in Prep & Wipe. If you have used the No Wipe Top Coat, there will be no residue after curing so there is no need to wipe.
⑪ Apply Nail & Cuticle oil on the nails and cuticles to keep them nourished and hydrated.
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4. How do I remove Coscelia nail gel?
① Buff the surface of the nails with a nail file to remove the shine of the top coat. This must be done firmly as the surface must be opened up to allow you to penetrate the UV lacquer, but be careful not to damage the nail.
② Soak a cotton pad with Gel Remover and place onto the nail plate, securing with a foil wrap.
④ If there is product remaining on the nail, re-buff and re-wrap the nail.
5. The nails are still sticky after curing under the lamp?
That's fine - they are supposed to be tacky after every coat to stick the layers together, the wiping with cleanser after the final coat will remove the stickiness.
6. How many layers do I need for best coverage?
We recommend applying thin coats for all colors. Some colors will require 2 coats, others will need 3. It will depend on the pigments and the coverage you are wanting to achieve as to how many coats you apply.
7. Should I shake the bottle of Gel Polish before I use it?
Yes. Shaking the bottle helps to thin the viscosity of the gel polish, making it easier to apply and helping to spread the polish evenly.
8. Why the gel nails peel off quickly?
Preparation and application are key here. To get the most out of your gel wear, ensure that your nails are oil and moisture free before applying the base coat. Always apply very thin and even coats. Avoid uneven coats, flooding of the cuticle or side walls of the nail.
9. Why is the polish colour in the bottle not exactly the same as the colour on the box/website image?
As nail gel is light cured, we cannot put it in a clear bottle. Every effort is made to ensure that all our product imagery is as accurate as possible. Due to colour/resolution settings on screen and printing, the colors can differ slightly from the physical product.
10. My gel nails are not curing?
Don't worry, you're probably not curing for long enough. Our recommendation is to cure between 30 to 60 seconds under an LED lamp or 2 minutes under a UV lamp. (Top tip - you can never over cure).
This curing time is based on using one of the UV and LED lamps and might differ with other lamps and the thickness of the gel layers applied.
It's important to apply very thin and even coats. Thick coats need to be cured longer.