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RHINESTONE PRO. Crystal Assorted Pixie 28,800/Case #9877

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  • RHINESTONE PRO. Crystal Assorted Pixie 28,800/Case #9877
  • RHINESTONE PRO. Crystal Assorted Pixie 28,800/Case #9877
  • RHINESTONE PRO. Crystal Assorted Pixie 28,800/Case #9877
  • RHINESTONE PRO. Crystal Assorted Pixie 28,800/Case #9877
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Description

RHINESTONE PRO. Crystal Pixie Assorted Case

  • Color: Assorted
  • Pack approximate contain: 28,800  (1440 X 20 Color)
  • Case size: 9.8" | 248mm x 5" | 130mm x 1" | 25mm
  • Case Compartment: 21 
  • Back Type: Cone Back
  • Shape: Round
  • Pack included: Wax Rhinestone Picker with Dotting Tool

INSTRUCTION

Applying gems with glue or resin.

  • Nail glue is a strong adhesive that sets quickly, but it must be used carefully since it can corrode the top of some gems and damage stones.
  • If gluing gems over regular nail polish, make sure the top coat is dry first. If using glue over gel polish, cure the nails, then lightly buff the shine from the design area prior to application for better adhesion. Always apply glue to the nail (not the gem) and place the stone on the nail using a moistened cuticle stick or wax-tipped tool for maximum control. Additional glue can be placed at the base of each stone for more strength.

Applying gems with gel.

  • This method is strong enough to adhere even the largest stones. And since gel doesn’t harm glass or synthetic crystal, the gems can be soaked off, saved and reapplied at future appointments. No special surface preparation is needed. Simply apply gel and crystals directly over the cured color or set acrylic.
  • Applying gems with gel is a two-step process
  1. First, use a thick, stiff gel to set the gem in place and ask your client to pivot her hand from side to side while it’s curing under the lamp. “This allows the light to cure the gel in between the crystals,”.
  2. Next, carefully secure the crystal using a medium-thin viscosity gel to cap the edges. “Think of it like a ‘gel prong,’ which will hold the gem in place in the way that a prong holds a diamond on a ring,”. “The gel needs to come up onto the girdle of the stone to really secure it.”

PLEASE NOTE

  • The colors on the website were designed to come as close to the true color of the polish as possible. Because of monitor settings, we can’t guarantee an exact color match.
  • These colors are made to be a representation of the true color.
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