Is Bluesky the same as shellac?
“Shellac” describes a team of items produced under an assortment of brand names. Bluesky Shellac products are supplied on this website and Bluesky Shellac is its only registered trademark and brand name and implies no connection or association with other brands such as CND and Gia.
Why is my Bluesky shellac peeling?
The most common reason for gel polish chipping or peeling is that it has been cured onto the skin/cuticle. This can cause lifting straight away and mean your manicure won’t last long at all! Always ensure your cuticles are properly prepped and pushed back before applying gel polish.
What’s the difference between Polish and shellac?
Shellac wouldn’t be here without the invention of gel polishes. Shellac is simply gel polish mixed with regular polish. In short, shellac has taken the best of gel (no-chips and colour) and added the benefits of traditional polish (shine and ease).
How long does Bluesky take to cure?
Cure for 60 seconds under the Bluesky lamp, it will still be tacky but this is normal, as this is what allows the next coat to bond to the gel base. Apply your chosen colour coat in the same way as the base coat; a thin coat, cap the end, avoid your skin. Cure the Gel Polish for 60 seconds.
Which is better shellac or gel?
Gel manicures definitely last longer, and if you like that plush, ultra-glossy finish, it’s the way to go. However, the removal process for Shellac is much gentler on the nails, which makes switching up your colors easier to do. Either way, you will have a manicure that lasts longer than basic polish.
How long should shellac last?
14 to 21 days
Your shellac nails should remain shiny and chip-free for 14 to 21 days if you take care of them responsibly. Don’t worry about your day to day activities: taking out keys, working on the computer and (light) cooking are no match for shellac.
How long do Bluesky Nails last?
How long should a gel manicure last? With proper care, preparation and application, your Bluesky gel polish will last up to two weeks. It all comes down to making sure you take care of your nails not just when you’re wearing gel polish, but all year round.
Is Bluesky gel safe?
Bluesky gel polish is made from a formula that is safer than others. Gel polish is free from toxic materials such as formaldehyde resin, lead, xylene, or other animal ingredients. It is highly recommended since it will not cause any harm, such as allergic reactions or skin irritations.
Can you Overcure shellac?
Yes, but over curing is avoidable. It happens in two ways; 1) too much UV energy is used or 2) the nail coating is exposed to significant levels of UV after leaving the salon. In other words, UV nail coatings can be over cured in the short-term and/or long-term.
How do you remove Bluesky gel polish?
Use your Bluesky Nail Buffer to take the shine off your nails. Take a Bluesky Remover Wrap and open; place your nail inside and wrap the packaging around your finger. Repeat the process for all your nails and leave the wraps on for 10-15 minutes. Slide the wraps off and your gel polish should crumble away.
Can shellac ruin your nails?
Let’s get straight into the million-pound question: do gels and Shellac manicures damage your nails? The short answer is no — but only if you look after them. “Shellac and gels won’t damage your nails providing it is applied, removed, and cared for correctly,” said Victoria Trafford, CND’s education ambassador.
How long does shellac last for?
Shellac nails are suuuper long-lasting, and you can probably get anywhere from 10 to 14 days out of ’em. You don’t want to keep them on longer than two weeks though—by this time, your real nail will have started to grow out, and it’s not the cutest look.
Is Bluesky a professional brand?
Bluesky Cosmetics is a global beauty brand specialising in salon-professional nail products that are both 100% cruelty-free and vegan-friendly.