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1 Step Soak Off Gel Polish

by FingerPaints
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1 Step Soak Off Gel Polish

by FingerPaints
FPAINT13
$9.49

1 Step Soak Off Gel Polish is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 100.
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  • Easy and simple 1 step application No base or top gel needed No tacky layer to remove
    FingerPaints 1 Step Soak Off Gel Polish - Prep nails, apply 1 coat of the 1 Step Gel Polish, and cure. Voila. No need to wipe tacky layer...seriously just 1 step, no base coat or top coat to achieve a beautiful manicure in minutes. Glides on smooth with glossy gel finish. If you want to apply the 2nd coat then apply on top of the 1st coat and cure. That's it.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quick and looks great! Easy and less time to apply this one step Gel Polish. Looks shiny and as good as my 4 step gel polish.
Date published: 2019-10-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Thick and clumpy Very thick and clumpy upon opening. Gel is so thick you can’t even apply it evenly. Very disappointed in this specific product.
Date published: 2019-10-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Would not recommend This polish bubbles under the light and a few hours later peels off or won’t come off at all
Date published: 2019-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing This is by far, the best gel polish I’ve used, including ASP. For one it’s a lot cheaper to have one step, but it keeps its shine and doesn’t chip under normal conditions for two weeks!
Date published: 2019-07-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Get what you pay for I was trying to avoid purchasing a base and top coat on top of having to purchase color. Tried the gray and white colors. White was hard to get off, the gray came off with the swipe of an acetone soaked cotton ball, which was odd. While it would wear ok on my left hand, my right hand (I’m right handed) would chip within a day. I was contantly redoing my right hand and it was wearing on my nails. Ended up buying the Gelish base and top coat system and DND color and it’s worth every penny.
Date published: 2019-07-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DO NOT BUY- cannot remove!!! This polish is absolutely impossible to remove. I typically use Gelish, and have no problem removing that brand on my own in 15 minutes. Tonight, I spent 2 hours ATTEMPTING to remove this polish- attempting being the key word because I still couldn’t get 50% of it off even after filing the tops of my nails down. My nails look terrible, and I’m about to go on vacation tomorrow. DO NOT BUY THIS.
Date published: 2019-07-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk This doesn’t cover in one coat. So don’t believe that claim. My nails are all wonky now after being cured. It’s like the polish moved under the light. And yes I know how to do my own nails. As soon as I have time it’s coming off and the bottle is getting returned
Date published: 2019-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice gel polish The gel polish from Finger Paints are very nice and only need to apply two coats. I will be buying more colors.
Date published: 2019-06-06
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How long does it take for the FingeraPaints 1 Step Gel Polish to dry (cure) ?

Asked by: Annalise1736363
Previous answer is somewhat incorrect. They say depends on watts... that's the incorrect part. When UV lamps came out THAT'S when it was all about watts, then came LED. LED uses lower watts then UV bulbs. If you've ever bought bulbs you'll see LED bulbs say they use, for example 10watts VS the same lumen Non LED light bulb uses 30watts. Watts is a measurement of electric consumption, NOT power. It was believed if lamp consumed more watts it's stronger, but then came LED that's stronger, uses LESS electricity and it changed the game. Bulbs are bulbs same rules apply for household bulbs as nail lamps, I'm sure you have seen "energy efficient" bulbs, that's LED. Bulb strength is actually measured in lumens. So if said polish cures in UV at 60sec, then LED should be 30sec. Note I said should, some lamps have stronger LED lights then others. I know this may not be the normal info that's said, but my experience is what made it possible for me to know this, before I became a licensed manicurist I was in the army for 12years and my MOS(job) was 12R, Interior Electrician. In my older age I'm trying to pass on my knowledge to try to inform ppl so they may make an educated decision, but you could always Google, "what's wattage" and see it's how much electric is consumed by object, and not a measurement of strength.
Answered by: Asku628406
Date published: 2019-07-12

how do you soak these off? going on 2 hours w soft biffing and sanding. help!

Asked by: ptk216aa
I’m sure that Tami Lee meant foil, not foul. Steps to remove: 1. Buff the nail to remove all of the shine from the nail polish. Roughen up the surface well without reaching the natural nail.  2. Apply acetone or soak-off solution to cotton ball. Saturate cotton thoroughly, apply cotton to nail and wrap in foil (shiny side in) tightly. I can feel a bubbling sensation as the polish begins to soften.  3. Wait, checking nails every 10 to 20 minutes. Add more remover to cotton as needed.  4. When polish is softened, use a cuticle pusher to gently scrape polish off of nails, without damaging the natural nail surface.  5. Follow with a mani and/or pedi and reapply reg. or gel polish or not! Now your finished! I paid $18 to have my gel polish removed at a salon and now my nails are ruined. She didn’t use foil but some plastic clamps shaped like fingers. The polish didn’t soften so she filed and filed and damaged my natural nails. I’ll never do that again. Home removal is tedious but best because no one’s in a hurry! I set aside two hours. I read or binge watch something as they soak and the time flies. I do both feet first, then one hand leaving one hand free. The last step is to remove polish from the remaining hand. 
Answered by: SavvyStyleLady
Date published: 2019-03-04

What does the cure process entail with nail polish?

Asked by: VickiG55
To use this polish You have to buy an LED or UV light and put your hand in it for 30-60 seconds to cure the polish.  Sally sells an LED that works really well. I'm happy with it. 
Answered by: RedWendy
Date published: 2018-11-29

Do you use a base or top coat with the one step gel polish? 

Asked by: AllysonT
NO. This product is not made to be used with a base or top coat. People are using the product incorrectly and posting poor reviews. All you need is some alcohol, a curing light, and the polish. Wipe finished nails with alcohol and you will have a high shine finish. 
Answered by: BoyMom24
Date published: 2018-11-27

Can I use two different brands for my buy 1 and 1 free?

Asked by: Pookie62
Yes, this is Buy 1 Get 1 Free Mix & Match select nail polish and cosmetics.
Answered by: SallyStaffer9
Date published: 2018-11-20

 Dear Sally, Would you please post specific procedures and directions? Everybody has a different opinion, lots of questions, and very few actual answers from Sally on the procedures for applying these.  Please provide a link from each polish’s page. 

Asked by: Jackie27777777777
You DO NOT need a top coat or base coat with this product. You simply remove cuticle debris from the nail bed, clean nails with alcohol, paint on like regular polish, cure, apply another coat, cure, and wipe with alcohol. No other steps needed! 
Answered by: BoyMom24
Date published: 2018-11-27

Why is it sticky after I cure it? What do I need to do?

Asked by: Lakers17
After curing in light, I wipe my nails off with a cotton ball that has rubbing alcohol on it.  This removes the tackiness.
Answered by: WhyYesThx
Date published: 2018-11-25

What does it mean to cure after appling the 1 stop gel polish

Asked by: Dianektf
You need a uv or led light to cure it.
Answered by: Kellys73
Date published: 2018-10-16
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