Alternative Application Process for TrūShine Gel!!!

One of the other Founders Club Members has been using gel for a while and she tried her process and the Jamberry process on the new TrūShine Gel System and she prefers her application process.  I’m all about alternatives and what works best so here is her application process:

Prep Nails according to Jamberry Process, then:

1. Base coat:  Apply thin coat (including a thin coat around tip of nail too).  Cure under LED light for 60 seconds (so once for 45 seconds and then click button again and count to 15, then click again to turn light off).

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2. Color Coat:  Add one coat of gel color (including a thin coat around tip of nail).  Cure for 60 seconds.

3. Repeat Step 2.

4. Top Coat:  Apply thin coat of the top coat (including a thin coat around tip again). Cure under light for 60-90 seconds.

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5. Optional:  Repeat Step 4 if you like it a little thicker.

6. Wipe all nails with alcohol wipes to remove any gel residue.

*If applying gel OVER jamberry nail wraps you may want to first buff the shine off the wrap, wipe with alcohol, then do Steps 1 through 6, but omitting Steps 2 and 3.  You can apply directly on wrap without buffing, but gel tends to stick better and longer when jam is buffed.

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8 thoughts on “Alternative Application Process for TrūShine Gel!!!

  1. Jackie says:

    When applied over nail wrap was there still lifting at the tip? For removal, was soaking required or could they be peeled off?

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    • Not so far. It feels amazing. Really smooth!! I’m really excited about that part!! For removal there are these little remover pockets that wrap around your finger and then in flakes off.

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      • I have not tried it but if you file the surface and try to break the seal of the gel you can use 100% acetone with foil wrapped around your nail to keep it in place. You will need to leave it long enough to break down the gel so 10 to 15 minutes – so that it wipes away with firm pressure. I would check every 5 minutes to be safe. You don’t want to leave it on too long.

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    • I have not tried it but if you file the surface and try to break the seal of the gel you can use 100% acetone with foil wrapped around your nail to keep it in place. You will need to leave it long enough to break down the gel so 10 to 15 minutes – so that it wipes away with firm pressure. I would check every 5 minutes to be safe. You don’t want to leave it on too long.

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