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FYI: This is more for home use and novelty at best. "The real LED/UV lamp is usually 64w or more that ensures a timely and correct dryness for the gel...the real professional stuff is formulated to work with "professional" curing lamps. This is for a hobbyist and very time consuming, not worth the time nor money" said a professional manicurist friend.
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I use a 12w at home with led gels I bought from Amazon, it is hardly novelty. I love it - I can do my nails and they last a week or two. I have so much fun with this! I bought this deal , only because mine is 2 years old and for $10 24w might be even better.

From experience - I think it is best to cure base and top coat for 120 seconds.

Note: best to find no wipe curing polishes. If not, you will need to use rubbing alcohol over your nails post curing to ensure nail polish is no longer tacky feeling.

Also, you really need to use actual gel polish - I tried using gel base and top coat with reg. polish and it doesn't work/last very long.
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It only works on real gel polishes that require UV light to cure. Sally Hansen [sallyhansen.com] is not one of them; that's probably the Target one they are talking about. Look for Gelish (Sally Beauty), OPI gels, Red Carpet Manicure (Ulta), Essie gels, etc. Basically any salon brand.
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Code works for me. Thanks op. Wife was looking for one.
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I didn't even know this was a thing. My understanding is gel nail polish is somehow better than other nail polishes but it takes forever to dry. This oughta be a nice little gift for some of the more fashion concerned women in my life.
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I didn't even know this was a thing. My understanding is gel nail polish is somehow better than other nail polishes but it takes forever to dry. This oughta be a nice little gift for some of the more fashion concerned women in my life.
The "real" gel polish has to be cured with an led/uv lamp. This works with the gel polish sold at Sally's Beauty and other legit beauty stores. Or the ones at like Ali express haha. But this won't do anything for the "gel" polish sold at Target.
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The "real" gel polish has to be cured with an led/uv lamp. This works with the gel polish sold at Sally's Beauty and other legit beauty stores. Or the ones at like Ali express haha. But this won't do anything for the "gel" polish sold at Target.

That's important to know!
I was going to nail polish some padlocks with different colors and use one of these to harden it. Lot more to it. Thank you!
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very tempted
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Works for all colors? I just tested blue and it works for that.

Someone noted certain Target gels won't work with this. Anyone else have any information on what brands work?

Bought one. Ratings are very high. Fakespot gives A. Price would be historic low. Thanks.
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In for one thanks.
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That's important to know!
I was going to nail polish some padlocks with different colors and use one of these to harden it. Lot more to it. Thank you!
FYI: This is more for home use and novelty at best. "The real LED/UV lamp is usually 64w or more that ensures a timely and correct dryness for the gel...the real professional stuff is formulated to work with "professional" curing lamps. This is for a hobbyist and very time consuming, not worth the time nor money" said a professional manicurist friend.
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I use a 12w at home with led gels I bought from Amazon, it is hardly novelty. I love it - I can do my nails and they last a week or two. I have so much fun with this! I bought this deal , only because mine is 2 years old and for $10 24w might be even better.

From experience - I think it is best to cure base and top coat for 120 seconds.

Note: best to find no wipe curing polishes. If not, you will need to use rubbing alcohol over your nails post curing to ensure nail polish is no longer tacky feeling.

Also, you really need to use actual gel polish - I tried using gel base and top coat with reg. polish and it doesn't work/last very long.
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I didn't even know this was a thing. My understanding is gel nail polish is somehow better than other nail polishes but it takes forever to dry. This oughta be a nice little gift for some of the more fashion concerned women in my life.
On the contrary, gel polish dries super quick with the lamp. No waiting under a dryer for nails to dry.
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In for 1, thankyou. Seems really good quality and all good reviews from users. Got one for my girl friend. Thanks
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Works for all colors? I just tested blue and it works for that.

Someone noted certain Target gels won't work with this. Anyone else have any information on what brands work?

Bought one. Ratings are very high. Fakespot gives A. Price would be historic low. Thanks.
It only works on real gel polishes that require UV light to cure. Sally Hansen [sallyhansen.com] is not one of them; that's probably the Target one they are talking about. Look for Gelish (Sally Beauty), OPI gels, Red Carpet Manicure (Ulta), Essie gels, etc. Basically any salon brand.
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On the contrary, gel polish dries super quick with the lamp. No waiting under a dryer for nails to dry.
Note that gel polish is much more difficult to remove. It doesn't just wipe off with acetone. You need to soak them for a while then scrape it off.
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