Client wants to have lots of bling on her nails. Cool. You rush and get some Swarovski rhinestones as only the best to our much-loved clients. Applied on the nails. 1,2,100s of them. One by one of course. Perfect. Then a couple of days later the terrifying message arrives: “Hi, sorry to bother just wanted to let you know, most of my gems are missing and I did not do anything!” SHOCKING!!!! Yes, she did not do anything of course, but what did I do wrong then? You go on Facebook and start asking the same questions over and over again, hoping someone will give you the magic answer, the one and only, the best solution to your problem. A couple of minutes later advices from fellow nail techs are coming in. From “acrylic paint dot” to “super glue”, put it into a “small bead of acrylics” to” top coat and top coat it over” etc. And you are lost! Too much information, do not even understand half of it, no time to try everything out as this client is back very soon and she wants to be sorted right now. And you really need to do this right this time! What do you do then?
I think this is one of those stories that happened to you once at least in your lifetime since you are a nail technician. Let me tell you something: it is not the end of the world! It does happen to all of us and there is always a solution.
And the solution to this problem is NABA GLUE IT. Despite of its name, it is not a glue. It is a clear gel, can be applied with a builder gel brush or with a fine nail art gel brush too. You need to make sure that you got enough product on the nail. You can apply gems just one by one and cure between or as many gems as you want at the same time, it is up to you. Both of the above is possible. The gel cures under uv and led lamp too. It is very flexible so you can safely use with gel polish service as well. After curing time (which depends on your lamp and the amount you applied on the nail) there will be a small tacky layer. Just use your normal cleanser for gel nails to get rid of the stickiness and your new set of nails, full with rhinestones is ready to go.
Sounds simple, right? And yes this is your simple solution to your missing rhinestone problem.
Watch the video, how to use it now!
How about if I say 11th September could be your lucky day?