Reflective Gel polish – gel polish with glitters (bigger one) that look like ordinary glitter gel polish in normal light, but shine extremely brightly under a flash / blitz in a darker room.
Sphynx Lac gel polish is a combination of several elements such as: gel, varnish, various pigments, small glitter and shimmer particles. Sphynx Lac is a hybrid of regular nail polish and modelling gel, which is why it is called gel-lacquer!
On the prepared and degreased nail plate Sphynx Lac is applied as easily as a regular varnish, which makes it easy to use not only in nail salons, but also at home, on vacation or in any other convenient or comfortable place.
Gel polish contains a substance that hardens either under a light-emitting diode or under ultraviolet radiation. Thanks to the correct chemical reaction, the composition of the gel polish hardens more and the coating becomes stronger than the coating of conventional varnish.
Second line Sphynx Lac gel polish. Has the basic component of colour art gel, therefore, this line gel polishes are more creamy, has a good pigment base and density. It is very pleasant to work with this line. Gel polishes are applied without bald spots and do not strip during work. They are very convenient and comfortable to use. Most of the colours from this line tightly overlap the nail plate in one layer.
All Sphynx Lac gel polishes can be easily mixed with each other, and thus get amazing new shades of gel polish at your discretion. The pigment in the Sphynx Lac gel varnishes does not separate, does not peel off from the base layer and does not settle. It is also recommended to mix all Sphynx Lac gel varnishes with any modelling gels from the Nail Paradise company to get new shades and colours of constructing gels, with which you will be very pleasant and comfortable to work with.
SPHYNX Lac Gel polish preserves the original appearance for 3 – 4 weeks.
The classic curing time for Sphynx Lac gel polish, gels, polygels or new modelling gels (hybrids) mixed using Sphynx Lac gel in LED / CCFL or LED lamps:
from 30 seconds to 2 minutes. Depending on the voltage and shelf life of your lamp!