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Infinite Kit for Infinite Gel Color Palettes

Winifinite color palette kite wrote some time ago about Gelibility gel polish, a product that changes your regular nail polish to gel nail polish. And we want to introduce you to another similar product called Infinite Color Palette Gel Kit.

Create your own gel polish shades with Infinite Color Palette Kit. You can create your unlimited array of colors using nearly any regular nail polish. The gel polish made (about .5oz finished product), can cures in 30 seconds under LED or 2 minutes under UV. And it lasts for weeks without chipping or peeling.

Save the remaining nail polish for pedicures & touch-ups. Also get creative by mixing colors or adding glitters!

The Kit includes:

  • Exclusive Formula Gel
  • Lacquer Extractor
  • Filler Tube
  • and a Color Display Ring. Just add your favorite polish!

Infinite Gel Color Palette Kit

What makes Infinite different than Gelibility is the way it uses to create the gel polish. With Infinite, you need to use the polish extractor to take out a lot of nail polish and fill it into the Infinite bottle. With Gelibility, you use drops to create as much gel polish you want. Basically, they are the same. With Infinite I guess you can use couple drops to make little amount of gel polish too.

Watch instructional video at www.infinitecolorpalette.com or below.  The kit is available at Esther’s Nail Center for $10.99. What do you think about Infinite?

How to Remove Glitter Nail Polish Easily

We are constantly finding it hard to remove glitter nail polish. So when I found this video on how to remove glitter nail polish easily, I just can’t wait to share with you.  Basically just soak nail wipes with polish remover than allow them to sit on nails for couple minutes. Hold them on nails with the help of aluminum foil.  Well, just click the link below to watch the video.

How to remove glitter nail polish without driving you nuts

Cuticle Revitalizer Oil Pen

cuticle pen oil

This cuticle revitalizer oil pen is a great tool to be in your bag this winter. Cold and dry season really dries out the cuticle and skin, making them thirsty for extra moisturizer. With this cuticle oil pen, you can rehydrate them easily any time, any place.

So anything special with this cuticle oil pen? Yes. The oil inside the pen is a unique natural revitalizing complex blend of fruit extract, calcium, safflower oil and vitamins to nourish, moisturize and protect the cuticle and nails. Vitamins B-5 will penetrate the nail surface and carry calcium and vitamins to the nail matrix.

cuticle pen oil application

The application is easy. Just twist the pen and brush the oil on your cuticle. Then massage gently. Do it whenever necessary. The cuticle oil pen comes in 6 flavors: Rose, Blueberry, Lemon, Lavender, Aloe and Orange. It’s $4.95 each. Available at Esther’s Nail Center, your online source for safer nail polish, nail art, manicure pedicure supplies and nail information.

Acetone vs Non-Acetone Polish Remover

Q: What’s the difference between polish removers that contain acetone and those that don’t? Which is preferred?

A: Both acetone and non-acetone polish removers are solvents (which means they have the ability to dissolve other substances). The solvent acetone is never present in nail polish; non-acetone polish removers use solvents that are found in nail polish, usually a combination of solvents including butyl acetate and ethyl acetate.

As far as which is preferred, it’s really your personal preference. Acetone is stronger and takes polish off more easily, but it dries out the nails. So, if you use acetone it’s advisable to then use a cream or oil to replace the moisture. Acetone polish removers are preferred when prepping natural nails, since you want the natural oils removed at this stage of a manicure.

Non-acetone removers have an oily feel to them. They don’t dry out the nails as much. There’s also the issue of if one solvent is more harmful than another, but in my experience both, have such small concentrations and are used in such small amounts that no substantial harm is caused by either. – Faina Ritz is vice president of Duri Cosmetics.

Source: Nails Magazine November 2007.

2 Way Buffer Block

Sometimes we want to give our nails a break from nail polish. Perhaps, because the nails get dry from the continuous use of nail polish. Or maybe you don’t have time this week to do your manicure. Just use She 2-Way Buffer Block and you can keep the glossy look of nail polish without having to use it. It also can be used for smoothing the ridged nail plate surface.

What I like about it, is that it’s only 2 ways. Yup, it means one step less than the regular 3-way buffer. At Esthersnc.com, you can choose from the travel-size (short) or long size. The short one is 3.5″x1.5″ and long one is 7″ x 1 1/8″. Price only $2.50 for the short one and $3.75 for the long one.  This is a great value compare to the ones your find at the department stores.

There are two different grits: coarse, which is the green side and fine, which is the white side. First, you start buffing your nails with the green side. After it smooth out the ridges, then use the fine side to let out the shine. That’s easy. It shouldn’t take a long time to buff all the finger nails. Maybe about 15-20 minutes.

She 2-way buffer block is available at EsthersNC.com in the Manicure and Pedicure Tool.

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