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5-Second Brush-On Gel Resin
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5-Second Brush-On Gel Resin

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  • Blends well with filler powders for maximum strength and flexibility
  • Great for quick, on-the-go nail repairs
  • Holds its shape without running
  • Easy to use formula

Easy brush on formula. Its thick formula is perfect for wraps, silk repairs, and strengthening natural nails. It has a no-drip formula that fills gaps and uneven nail beds. It also eliminates air pockets. This non-yellowing IBD gel resin is a versatile product offering maximum strength and flexibility for all nail services.

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5-Second Brush-On Gel Resin is rated 4.333333333333333 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE LOVE IT I have done my own nails since the mid 1970's and I finally stumbled onto this product @ Sally's years ago !! I love it !! I "polish" my nails and tips with the gel, staying clear of the cuticle, and dip my nail quickly into acrylic powder for the strength and to fill in the edge of the tip. Works perfect and it dries within seconds. File that down smooth and I sometimes do it over again, and finish it all off with OPI clear topcoat. Not exactly as great as the salon, but I thinks some imperfection makes the nails look more natural, like you grew your own long nails.
Date published: 2011-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best salon quality finish! I am so used to using acrylics that i was a little skeptical when purchasing this gel. the clerk at the store was very helpful in pointing out you have to wait at least 10-15 minutes after brushing on the first coat before applying the second coat. after applying the second coat wait at least 15 minutes more and then lightly buff to remove shine. apply nail polish and top coat as desired. i recommend vite dry fast top coat. absolutely awesome for the price, i look like i came from the salon. i only spent 3 dollars on the resin and 5 dollars on the nail polish. i got a 30 dollar look for 8 bucks. i will never buy anything else because this is so much less damaging than acrylic.
Date published: 2010-10-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This stuff is great. This product is great for doing wraps. The product spreads very smoothly and does not run everywhere if used properly and thinly. This product should definately be used with a wrap. I tried it alone on my nails and it began cracking the very next day. There is a very strong odor and I ended up with a headache. Overall, I'm very happy. I wish it came in pink too.
Date published: 2010-01-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from easy to use This is as easy to apply as nail polish. I use it mainly for silk wrap. It's a little slow to dry if you're using it to apply nail tips, but it works for that, too. By the time I'm done applying to the second hand, the first hand is completely dry. I definitely recommend using an actual wrap, not just resin, because it's a bit brittle and will crack if you bang your fingernail (and who doesn't?) without the reinforcement of the silk wrap. The smell is strong like any resin or glue, not noticably worse. It can lift just like any glue or resin, but it soaks off with acetone, so it's easy to redo. It is slightly thinner than the resins in squeeze bottles so it can brush on, but it applies so much easier and dries faster. It cures instantly if you get a glue dryer spray like Hurry Up Nails (but you may need to file away the spray pattern after, and keep the coats thin or it gets hot when you spray). This dries shiny, so if you want to use a gel sealer or nail polish over it, you have to file it. Otherwise, anything you apply over it will flake/chip/peel off. It files easily.
Date published: 2009-08-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not what I expected. I bought this to strengthen my nails after I had my acrylics removed and after applying it it was really shiny so I needed to buff it some to make it dull so I could polish my nails and when I buffed them it came right back off. It also takes forever to dry.
Date published: 2009-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good This stuff is great. I bought it to do wraps, obviously. Wraps are soooo much easier than acrylic! As long as you know how to apply finger nail polish, you can use wraps instead of acrylic! AND it looks better!
Date published: 2009-02-17
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Can you use this with the UV gel light?

I have a UV lamp and I use a gel nail polish curing the Polish between coats. This sounds like it gets hot, but would the light cure it quicker?
Asked by: Jess
Hello, and thank you for your question. No, Gel Resin is a thick viscosity of glue - made to be used with an activator when using wraps.
Answered by: Sally Staff
Date published: 2016-06-15

How do I apply it

Can I apply it onto my skin put my Polish on my nails whatever mistake gets on my nails it's getting on the glue when I'm done can I Peel it off.
Asked by: Kayla
Hello, and thank you for your question. We do not advise using this glue for polish cleanups instead we recommend the Beauty Secrets Nail Polish Corrector Pen Sally SKU# 163375.
Answered by: Sally Staff
Date published: 2016-04-05

How do you remove this product?

I applied this to adhesive silk wrap tabs and would like to know how to remove it.
Asked by: lp8788411
Hello and thank you for your question. 5 Second Gel Resin is a glue, to remove the product you should soak nail in acetone. Wrap the nails in foil with cotton soaked in acetone leave on about 10 minutes and then remove, it should melt or soften the glue to be removed.
Answered by: Sally Staff
Date published: 2016-01-20

I have a tip to cuticle crack in my thumb nail caused by a trauma to the nail root. Can this product be used alone while the nail is growing out? I want to prevent a snag that could tear the nail completely off.

Asked by: BertFiske

fiberglass wraps with ibd resin

I want too know if I can put acrylics on top of my fiberglass wraps
Asked by: Anonymous
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