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 1~3 times for the ohora UV lamp.
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.
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Beware, the red squares are KID SIZE!! I'm talking like a 4 year old. I didn't bother with the return because it's to Korea..will be more careful before buying
The only issue is the sizing of the nails is not consistent, they all were different sizes so some nails fit better than others. Lasted 3 weeks, had to take them off because of grow out. No chips.
I was hesitant to start using the pedi strips because I thought there was just no way I could get them to fit my nails. However, a pedi set came with a bundle I got and I took the plunge. Not only was it just as easy to put on as the mani set, but it stayed on for a month! Probably longer if I didn't want to peel them off to try this color instead! After buying some pedi tools and a good foot soak, and getting so many compliments on this color, it's clear to me I don't really have a reason to go back to the nail salon. I can spend $10 on a lasting mani/pedi (I can get roughly 3 sets per mani box and 4-5 from the pedi box because my nails are all short) instead of $200. I might not get the massage, the paraffin treatment, or the weird goop/hot towel treatment on my legs, but I also lose the risk of shredded cuticles, funky foot ailments, awkward conversations, ****** nail art, relentless upselling, and long wait times.