Apply one thin layer of SHELLAC™ Base Coat to extension edge and nail surface. 3. Apply to five nails and cure each hand for 10 seconds (preset button 1) in the CND™ LED Lamp. Do not remove the top film after removing the nails from the lamp.
How long do you leave shellac under UV?
SHELLAC™ Base Coat should be cured for 10 seconds in the CND™ LED Lamp (preset button 1) or 10 seconds in the CND™ UV Lamp. 16. How long does it take to cure SHELLAC™ Color Coat? SHELLAC™ Color Coat should be cured for one minute in the CND™ LED Lamp (preset button 2S) or two minutes in the CND™ UV Lamp.
Can you dry your nails with a UV lamp?
The UV light from a UV nail lamp won’t actually work to dry regular nail polish. However, heat from the light will help to speed up the drying time of regular nail polish. A more effective way to dry regular nail polish is to use a heat light with a small fan to circulate the air.
How do you do Shellac nails with UV light?
Now comes the fun part! Start applying the shellac nail polish. It’s just like a regular DIY manicure where you apply a base coat, two coats of the color, and a top coat. Between each step however, you put your hand in the UV light machine for two minutes to bake the shellac nail polish on to your nail.
Can you use CND Shellac without a UV lamp?
UV or LED lamps cure the polish rather than dry gel nail polish. … While you will be able to apply gel nail polish without a UV light, the other “processes” of drying are long and will not give the quality results you expect. A UV light is what dries the gel quickly and without fail.
Why is my Shellac wrinkling?
Moderator. As others have said, Shellac will wrinkle when it is applied too thickly. Keep all coats nice a thin and you should see a difference. Don’t worry if you don’t get full coverage with your first colour coat, the second will even this out.
How do I reset my CND UV lamp?
RESETTING BULB LIFE TIMER After replacing all four bulbs, press the BULB RESET button until the indicator starts flashing. Continue to press and hold until you hear 3 beeps and the number is reset to 100. This indicates the number of hours remaining on the bulbs. Scan and watch the “CND IN MINUTES” Lamp Set-Up video.
Why is my CND lamp beeping?
You need to reset the lamp once you change the bulbs then it will go back up to the 100 hours. Press the reset button until it beeps. Don’t you still have the lamps Instruction leaflet?
Does nail UV light kill bacteria?
The short answer is no. To disinfect things you need a short wavelength of UV like 250 nm – 260 nm. The nail gel lights are either 365 nm or 405 nm. Far too long to kill bacteria and viruses.
What happens if you use regular nail polish with a UV light?
Can you use UV light to dry regular nail polish? No, regular nail polish requires air drying, whereas gel polish contains a polymer that must be ‘cured’ by a UV or LED lamp for it to become hard. Regular nail polishes can’t be used with UV or LED lamps and it won’t dry any quicker from being put under the lamp.
Can you use UV light on regular resin?
Epoxy resin allows layer thickness of up to 5cm per casting, on the other hand. UV resin always requires a UV lamp to cure and is therefore only suitable for smaller areas. Epoxy resin can also be applied on large surfaces, such as industrial floors. You should always wear a dust mask when working with both resins.
Can I buy shellac and do it myself?
But you can do your own shellac nails at home to save money while getting the latest and loveliest nail treatment. … But if you can polish your nails, you can learn to do DIY shellac like a professional. It is not any harder to use than regular nail polish, but it does require a UV or LED nail lamp.
Do you need UV light to dry shellac?
Just like hard and soft gels, shellac requires UV light also to cure.
How do you shellac nails without a UV light?
Thankfully, there are alternative ways to cure gel polish with less UV exposure. While only an LED lamp can cure your polish as quickly and effectively as a UV light, using a non-UV gel polish, applying a drying agent, or soaking your nails in ice water could work as well.