slip solution para que serve, confira-isto – What is slip solution used for?

What is slip solution used for?

Slip Solution is a chemical that is used to make the consistency of your Polygel thinner. So that it can be easier to maneuver and thus applied more smoothly. You see Polygel directly from the bottle tends to be very thick and sticky making it hard to move around and mould.

What can I use as slip solution for Polygel?

You can use base gel as well since the chemical components are similar to that of the poly gel, but the best substitute for slip solution is pure rubbing alcohol with a concentration of 70% or greater. Rubbing alcohol is the main ingredient in slip solution so this is the best alternative to use in a pinch.

What is slip solution made of?

Isopropyl Alcohol, Isobutyl Acetate, Acetone, Acrylates Copolymer, Fragrance (Parfum), Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Citronellol, Geraniol, Hexyl Cinnamal, Hydroxycitronellal, Linalool, Violet 2 (CI 60725).

Do you have to use slip solution with Polygel?

Love this product! You do need a slip solution or 70% alcohol to work with the gel. Great starter pack. This photo was taken two weeks after I applied the polygel nails.

Can I use hydrogen peroxide as a slip solution?

Both 99-percent isopropyl alcohol and hydrogen peroxide are good substitutes for nail polish remover. Just soak your nails in warm water, dab a cottonball with either the alcohol or the peroxide and apply to your nails.

Can I use alcohol on PolyGel?

You can definitely use rubbing alcohol for Polygel nails as long as it’s 70% or above. The Polygel slip solution is concentrated and so a high percentage of alcohol is necessary to compare to the Polygel slip solution. Most rubbing alcohol is 60% to 99% so it’s perfect!

What liquid do you use with PolyGel?

The liquid used to sculpt PolyGel is called Slip — the name was inspired by the slip potters use when working with clay. Slip is not a monomer; it has no active ingredients, and unlike acrylic monomer, it has a light, pleasant fragrance. It’s simply used to make the PolyGel easy to shape.

Can you use vodka for Polygel nails?

Yes!! Try a low % alcohol around 40-60% much higher and some polygels will develop a little chaulky look. Or you can use gel basecoat.

Can you substitute acrylic liquid?

While there’s really no “great” alternative to acrylic monomer, the best alternative we’ve found is nail glue (if you have it on hand!) or just using a dip powder system instead. If you’re looking to try dip powder instead of monomer (it’s much easier to apply dip powder if you’re at home!)

Can I use gel base coat for Polygel?

Answer: You can absolutely use either gel or traditional polish over top of PolyGel. However, we are not that sure if it would be better than the base coat. So somehow we still recommend the base coat as designed and better results.

Can you use Polygel without base coat?

Polygel is no different (in fact, any product should require a solid foundation). Follow these 6 steps and you will not go far wrong: File and shape your natural nail art canvas.