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MAY 2017

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8 P R O F I L E S | M A Y / J U N E 2 0 1 7 Apply a thin coat of each OPI GelColor product. This will avoid applying too much product and flooding the nail, which can cause a burning sensation during the curing process. Always shake each bottle of OPI GelColor Base Coat, shade of choice, and Top Coat vigorously for 1 minute to thoroughly mix before using. This will ensure that each formula is properly mixed for best results. True. If you're applying OPI GelColor in the same manner as OPI Lacquer, chances are you might be applying too much product. GelColor has a thicker consistency in comparison to Lacquer and for that reason should be applied with a slightly different application technique. OPI GELCOLOR SHOULD BE APPLIED WITH A DIFFERENT METHOD OF APPLICATION VS. OPI LACQUER. # GEL KNOW Read on and you may just learn something new about our longest wearing and most profitable color system. Continue the GelKnow conversation by sharing fun facts about OPI GelColor with other nail pros by posting with #GelKnow THINK YOU KNOW ALL THERE IS TO KNOW ABOUT OPI GELCOLOR?

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