Chrome Powder Application Guide

In this step-by-step guide, we’re unlocking the secrets to achieving that mirror-like shine that steals the spotlight. Get ready to elevate your nail game to a whole new level as we dive into the mesmerizing world of chrome powder application.

Before you apply gel polish products, make sure to follow these guidelines:

  • Gel polish products must not come in contact with the skin. Apply only to the nail plate.
  • Gelpolish Factory products should be cured in a 48W nail lamp.
  • Make sure all gel products are fully cured under the nail lamp. Always follow the curing times written on each product. If you are in doubt, cure longer.

Step by Step Guide to Chrome Application:

Cure for 60 sec in a 48W nail lamp.

Cure for 60 sec in a 48W nail lamp.

Apply the top coat from Gelpolish Factory and cure for 60 sec under a 48W nail lamp.

This top coat will act as the adhesive layer for the chrome powder.

Let your manicure cool down for a minute or two before applying chrome powder.

Using a sponge tip applicator or your finger, take a small amount of chrome powder and gently massage it onto the nail’s surface.

Ensure even coverage and continue rubbing until you achieve the desired chrome effect.

To ensure a longer-lasting result, lightly buff the tips of your nails with a fine grit nail file to remove chrome powder. 

Dust off the excess chrome powder with a fluffy brush on each finger. 

Apply another layer of top coat to seal in the chrome powder and protect the finish. Make sure to seal the free edge very well to lock in the powder.

Cure under a 48W nail lamp for 60 seconds.

Let your manicure cool down for a minute or two before cleaning and applying oils or creams. 

Clean up your fingers and nails with water and soap or a lint-free wipe soaked in nail cleanser to remove any leftover powder. 

Pamper and rehydrate your nails and cuticles with a cuticle oil if needed. 

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