Light up your day with our Glow Collection! It comes in LB Glow in the Dark Gel, Powder, and Diamond Sculpture Gel! Simply charge your chosen medium in direct sunlight or alternative light, and glow-up!
Frequently Asked Questions
What glows the best between Gel, Dip Powder, Acrylic, or Sculpture Gel?
It all depends on preference. The strength of the glow would depend on how long you charge the specific medium.
Gel is great for beginners. It uses the classic application method and requires curing. However, If you're looking for a thinner application method, you could try Dip Powder. It uses Bond, Base Coat, Activator, and Top Coat. Unlike Acrylic application, it doesn't require monomer. It's perfect for those who want a more natural alternative or are too hesitant to try the Acrylic application. On the other hand, Acrylic application is also great for those that like a semi-liquid feel, and enjoys a great bead. Last but not least, is the Sculpture Gel which may be paired with Sculpture Gel Tips for easy application. Alternatively, you may use Nail Forms for Gel, Acrylic, and Sculpture Gel.
How do I apply Glow in the Dark Gel?
How do I apply Glow in the Dark Acrylic?
- Prep your nails.
- Dip the brush into your EMA Monomer and push it all the way down to make sure the bubbles go away, then brush it against the side of the acrylic dish to remove excess liquid.
- Dap your brush into the Glow in the Dark Powder . You may have to practice a few times to achieve the correct ratio of liquid to acrylic powder. It should be moist and spreadable, but not too wet. (Pro Tip! To achieve optimum color and glow, thoroughly mix the powder before applying the product onto the nail. This allows the ingredients to combine and be activated accordingly.)
- Apply the bead to your nails, then air dry. (Pro Tip! Once dried, you may test by tapping the surface of the nail with the handle of the acrylic brush. If it makes a clicking sound, it's ready for the next step.)
- Depending on your method of application, you may repeat steps 2 to 4, and apply another bead.
- Top it off with Top Coat.
- Charge your nails.
How do I apply Glow in the Dark Dip Powder?
- Prep your nail with Bond to dehydrate the nail.
- Apply Base Coat.
- Dip the nail in the Glow in the Dark Powder at a 45 degree angle, then tap the finger to remove the excess. (Pro Tip! Wait 30 seconds before brushing off the excess powder with a nail brush.)
- Repeat step 3 on the same nail until you get your desired opacity.
- Apply Activator, then let dry for 30 seconds.
- Wipe each nail with a lint-free wipe to remove any excess activator.
- File & Buff to your desired length and shape.
- Apply Top Coat.
- Charge your nails.
How do I apply Glow in the Dark Sculpture Gel?
Prep your nails.
Take a Sculpture Gel Brush, and apply the Diamond Sculpture Gel - Glow in the Dark on your nails. For easy application, you may opt to use Sculpture Gel Tips or Nail Forms with 90% alcohol or slip solution.
Cure the over and underneath your nail.
Curing Time: LED (30 seconds), UV/LED (60-90 seconds), UV (2 minutes) depending on lamp wattage.
(Pro Tip! Cure each finger one at a time to ensure proper curing time for each nail. Don't wait to finish all 5 fingers before you cure.)
If you're using a Nail Form or Sculpture Gel Tip, gently remove it.
Lightly buff or file your nail tips to your desired shape. Afterward, use your dust brush to clear it up before the next step.
Top it off with Top Coat.
Charge your nails.
How long does it take to charge Glow in the Dark products?
We highly recommend charging it in direct sunlight for 2-3 hours. Alternatively, you may charge it with your artificial lighting or lamps. However, direct sunlight will provide the best charge. The longer you charge, the longer the glow would last!
Does the Glow in the Dark powder require black light?
No need! Simply charge your Glow in the Dark Medium, and you're good to glow.
Why don't my Glow in the Dark powders light up?
To get that extra glow, we highly recommend charging your swatches in direct sunlight (at least 2-3 hours) basically charging your swatches as long as possible. You may use our Pro Gel System to leave them out for as long as you want, and wear them as Press-On Nails. Note: Please do NOT expose the items itself outside to direct sunlight. It is advisable to store all products in a cool optimal setting and to not store them with direct sunlight/heat. It is only the swatches that you have to expose to direct sunlight, not the item or your nails itself.
Glowing with more questions to come? Let's hear them! We'd be thrilled to assist with any inquiries or suggestions you may have. Kindly email us at email@example.com, and we'll serve you with a smile.