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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ALL OF THE LEXY LINE GELS | HEMA FREE HARD BUILDER GELS FROM LIGHT ELEGANCE

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ALL OF THE LEXY LINE GELS | HEMA FREE HARD BUILDER GELS FROM LIGHT ELEGANCE

Celina Rydén reviews each of the Lexy Line viscosities to help you determine which product is best for you and your client! Check out the video below to learn about each Lexy Line viscosity. 

Lexy Line hard builder gels

Celina even provides a quick tutorial on how to create a quick hard gel nail extension using Natural Fiber and Soft Pink Extreme from the Lexy Line.

You will often see Nail Professionals use 2 different Lexy Line viscosities when building an extension, here's why... 

Using a slow moving, non self-leveling gel such as Builder to build your extension and initial structure can be a game changer as you learn to work with gel and create the nail extension with nail forms! The slower moving gel allows you the time you need to create the extension.

Once you get the extension formed, you can then create your structure and apex with a more self-leveling gel such as Extreme. This allows you to move more quickly and the self-leveling feature means less filing once your structure is complete!

Check out another tutorial using 2 different Lexy Line viscosities below

 

The number one question we are asked about the Lexy Line is, “Why are there so many Lexy Line products?” The answer is simple: We have a gel perfect for every nail professional AND client. This means that we’ve formulated a gel to match your application speed and service type as well as the skin tone and nail type of your client.

Use the chart below to determine which Lexy Line gel will best suit your client's next service!

Take a look at some easy tips and tricks for finding the best Lexy Line product for you and your client here

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