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If you like to manicure gel polish at home and run into sticky gel polish issues, this article can solve your problem once for all.
But before rushing to a solution, let’s try to identify and understand the problem.
First of all, you should know that you are not alone who are having a sticky gel problem. Most of the people who prefer to manicure at home have this complaint.
The sticky residue occurs in the upper layer due to exposure to oxygen. Oxygen does not let the upper layer cure properly. Since we have a high percentage of oxygen in the air, so we can’t avoid oxygen exposure to the upper layer.
But once you apply another coat, the previous coat will get properly cured. But you will notice a residue on the upper coat will now appear. So the tacky layer problem persists till the topcoat.
To clear the residue on the topcoat, you have to use a lint-free wipe soaked in alcohol or use a No-Wipe Top Coat.
No-Wipe Top Coat is the new thing in the market that deals with the problem of topcoat sticky residue. Gel polish that will never produce sticky layers on the topcoat. It is by far the simplest, effective, and safe solution.
It quickly gets dry and shiny after curing and never produces a glitch. Since it does not need the traditional wipe to clear off the sticky residue, so it is called No-Wipe top coat gel polish.
With this, you can get the best glossy finish on your nails with gel polish at your home even if you are a total beginner.
Lagunamoon is the place to look for great quality No-Wipe top gels. Their products are cruelty-free, made of natural resins that are healthy for nails, and also last longer than other no-wipe gel tops.
Further, you can choose from a variety of options: glossy top coat, matte top coat, cat eye top coat and much more. Rush to the store and avail of early bird discounts.
Click on this link for base coat and no-wipe shiny top coat.
Click on this link for base coat and no-wipe matte top coat.
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That pic looks more like air pockets versus sticky residue. Not totally accurate really… it’s probably best to post a pic with nails that look matted, dull and lint/ hair sticking to it which is what it looks like if you don’t remove it lol.