Trying to decide what kind of gel is best suited for you and your clients has become a challenge. The options with gel resins available today are endless. Self leveling, builder in a bottle, builderor modeling gel, and the list goes on and on. Old school nail techs are more used to builder gels while the newer techs are wanting the quick self leveling gels. My advice, DO YOUR HOMEWORK!! Ask for samples, ask questions about who manufactures the product, ask for suggestions or demos, take a class, read the reviews and do your best to match your skill level with the gel resin that performs the way you need it for your client and for your bottom line $.
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