Premium nails that add more softness to your favorite cozy look.
The gradation, ombre of orange color is reminiscent of cream afloat on top of the espresso. A touch of gloss finish with a square-shaped gem completes the look.
01. Clean any oil and moisture on your nail
Wash your hands and use the prep pad to make sure your nails are clean and dry.
02 Pick the size
Choose the semicured gel that fits your nail size and remove the clear film.
03 Apply semicured gel
Apply the semicured gel slightly apart from the cuticle line.
04 Trimming (Filing)
Use the nail file to file the leftover semicured gel.
It is recommended to cure 2-3 times under the ohora UV Gel Lamp - if the nails are not hard enough, cure an additional 2-3 times.
*Please note that overcuring may cause early chipping and cracking.
How to remove
Minimize nail damage by repeatedly wetting the enclosed wood stick with a remover. Push the stick gently from the edges to the cuticle.
- gem nail
Beautiful & Classic
I love Ohora strips. They’re just so easy and look so good. I’ve been using them for about a month now. I switch out my fingers every week (they tend to start chipping a bit at the ends around that time), but I’ve had the same set on my toes the whole month (they still look perfect). This is my first set with the jewels, and I had a feeling I wouldn’t love the jewel part, and it seems like I was right. It looks cool, but I just worry that I’m going to start finding it annoying. Love the ombré look, though. This time, I cured twice, filed, then added a gel top coat and cured 3 more times. We’ll see if that makes them last a bit longer.
I bought six sets of these, so I had lots of trial runs. Followed directions to a T. Could not get them to stick to my nails along the edges. I feel like these would only work if your nails are perfectly flat (what kind of mutant has flat nails?). At least the light was free, but it went into the trash as well.