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Heat Cured Soleil Top Coat
Size: .5 oz.
Sally Item # SBS-505020
- Online Price: $7.99
- Beauty Club Card $7.49
In Stock Online
Available In Sally Stores
- Fast drying heat cure
- No UV light required
- Seals tips, wraps and natural or sculptured nails
Heat cured protective top coat.
Wait to apply 1 minute after applying polish. Hold 3 inches away from light/heat, and expose 3 minutes.
Heat Cured Soleil Top Coat 9 9
not a pro love this its inexpensive and work like the one they put on u at the salon and no lamp is needed! June 20, 2013
Perfect alternative This product is a 'little known secret' as Sally Beauty. Anyone can apply this and have a professional polish appearance without having to go to the salon. It will last for long periods of time even if you are rough on your hands. Be sure to open and check the product consistency before purchasing as it can thicken if old. July 2, 2011
Need to improve this I, like other reviewers who have used this feel the same way about this product...hate it. This is the stickiest non drying liquid I ever came across. You have to place your fingers near a 60-75 watt bulb for the length of time you would do if you used a UV lamp but you have to leave your fingers near a bulb longer than 3-5 minutes because of how sticky it leaves your nails. Now if you don't have a UV lamp or don't want to invest in one this would be a good alternative to use because nail polish just wouldn't cut it. It's also OK to use on nail polish. I usually use this if I don't want my polish to chip. The bad thing is my polish will chip but the Soleil won't come off with acetone polish remover...How sad is that? December 26, 2010
love love LOVE this top coat! The reviewer who said this product was thick and sticky must've gotten a bad bottle that wasn't closed all the way. This is the smoothest, easiest to apply top coat I've ever tried -- and it dries to the touch in MINUTES without needing a lamp or heat. Can do my nails 10 minutes before bed and not worry about "sheet marks". LOVE IT! November 2, 2010
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I purchased this polish over a year ago, and because I could never get it to dry properly by following the directions, I am wondering if I could use a hair dryer to make the stuff dry? I really would like to use it, but it's impractical to wear polish that never dries...
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