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MAY 2017

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MAY 2017 | NAILS MAGAZINE | 35 Christrio's new, easy-to-use 3-D Molding Gel is activated with water only. Its special formulation means no monomer or alcohol is needed. The Molding Gel will not set until cured, giving nail artists plenty of time to create masterpieces. Perfect for nail art competitions, it can be cured with either LED or UV lamps, provides unlimited time to create, and is available in 24 colors. For more information, visit www.christrio.com. Create Easy 3-D Art With Christrio's New Molding Gel Young Nails's new Universal Cure UV/LED Light provides high performance for the nail tech and comfort for the client at an affordable price point. The light cures both UV and LED and features a custom dimmer and heat spike reduction with its 50% power function. Sized to cure five fingers at once, it includes an automatic hand sensor and removable base plate. The lamp is ETL certified and will last for 10,000 hours, according the manufacturer. Its timer functions include 30 seconds, one minute, two minutes, and continuous on functions. For more information, visit www.youngnails.com. Young Nails Universal Cure Lamp Provides Flexibility Kokoist educator Iori Iwaza lets gravity do the work for her when sculpting gel nails. After applying Kokoist Excel Builder Gel, she turns the client's hand palm up, allowing the gel to naturally collect at the apex of the nail. Then she turns the hand again, lets the gel self-level for a smooth surface, and cures. "With this technique, I don't have to file before color application. It saves me time and product," Iwaza explains. "I love that I don't have to deal with the dust from filing, which could be quite annoying at times when it's not removed thoroughly." Kokoist Educator Iori Iwaza Take a tip from… Iwaza

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