|
|
   
|
|
logo indigo nails - en
Indigo Nails / Blog / Technical informations / Transparent builder gel from Indigo - comparison and characteristic

Transparent builder gel from Indigo - comparison and characteristic

Even though all the fuss seems to be about gel polish the gel manicure is still popular as ever and has faithful fans. Performing a gel manicure requires special training but it's absolutely worth it. With this method, we can make nails in any shape any length and the manicure can last up to 6-7 weeks.

The Indigo Nails offer contains many types of UV gels so it's important to know which one will be the best for us.

In this post, we show characteristics and a comparison of four transparent, builder gels from Indigo. Pick the best one for your needs and enjoy quick and pleasurable work! 

Perfect Clear

Indigo Perfect Clear is the thinnest of gels which we feature today. It has a semi-thick consistency and it levels itself on a nail which makes it a great gel for fill ups. It's good adhesive properties and elasticity makes it perfect products for adding strength to a natural nail. It has a UV protection which will keep the gel from getting yellow. It's an ideal product for fast work in the salon.

It cures in a lamp LED 30 sec. and in UV 2 minutes.

Easy Shape Builder

Transparent gel Easy Shape Builder stands out among the easy shape series ( more about that in future posts). It's a product recommended for beginners because it's a very easy to work with. It has a thick consistency that has self-leveling property without spilling on the cuticles and that makes it perfect for strengthening natural nail plate. It is liked by clients because it doesn't burn in the lamp because it has a lower temperature of polymerisation. It allows for a lengthening of the nail by 5-6 mm and it is very easy to file. Easy Shape Builder is perfect for short salon nails.

It cures in LED lamp for 60 sec., Dual LED 30 sec., UV lamp 2 minutes.

Builder Clear

Builder Clear is a classic thick, transparent builder gel. It levels itself just a little bit and doesn't spill on the cuticles. It's perfect for adding length to the nail both on form and tip. With its help, you can create a beautiful tunnel and give nails the perfect shape. It works great for fill ups.

It cures only in UV lamp (2 min) or  Dual LED (60 sec.)

Take Your Time Builder

A crystal clear gel Take Your Time Builder is a favourite of many stylists. It's a structural gel that creates the perfect framework of the nail. It has a very thick consistency ( it doesn't level itself), which allows for creating several nails at the same time without spilling on the cuticles. There is no need to rush it doesn't change with temperature in the salon. It's the hardest gel among the four featured in today's post - unbelievably strong and resistant to breaking. It's recommended for building very long nails and creating a perfect tunnel. It's often the first choice of stylists taking part in Championships. IT's often used instead of nail glue for rhinestones and other jewellery types of ornaments. It heats up quite a lot so it is recommended to apply it in thin coats.

It cures only in UV lamp (2 min.) or in Indigo Dual LED (30 sec)

Coming soon:

A comparison of builder gels from Easy Shape collection - Light Rose, Milky Pink and Rosy.

See also our videos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMg0wIfLeQk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQ4IH_HeifU

Transparent builder gel from Indigo - comparison and characteristicTransparent builder gel from Indigo - comparison and characteristicTransparent builder gel from Indigo - comparison and characteristicTransparent builder gel from Indigo - comparison and characteristicTransparent builder gel from Indigo - comparison and characteristicTransparent builder gel from Indigo - comparison and characteristicTransparent builder gel from Indigo - comparison and characteristicTransparent builder gel from Indigo - comparison and characteristicTransparent builder gel from Indigo - comparison and characteristic
How to create a holographic effect on colour? [VLOG]
Easy Shape builder gels - comparison and characteristic

10 Komentarzy

Madi

Witam, czy na TYT można zbudować szkielet paznokcia czy też żel będzie zbyt gęsty na takie "manewry"? :-)

Indigo Nails.

Madi, jak najbardziej TYT nadaje się do budowy szkieletu. Dzięki jego gęstości, nie spływa na skórki.

marta

jaki zel powinnam wybrać jeśli moja plytka jest problematyczna dosyć więc zależy mi na dobrej przyczepności? na żelu który przedłuży pazura na formie.i oczywiście łatwo się rozprowadza bez zalewana skórek.i czy zel kamuflujacy służy zamiast żelu budującego?

Indigo Nails.

Marta, dla dobrej przyczepności polecamy najpierw zastosować bazę Perfect Base. Natomiast do przedłużania paznokci bez zalewania skórek polecamy żele Easy Shape np. Rosy lub Light Rose. Żel kamuflujący powinno się nakładać na zbudowany szkielet, np. za pomocą żelu Take Your Time. Szczegółów dowiesz się na naszych szkoleniach :)

Marcelina

Które 2 żele polecacie dla początkujących?? Zarówno fo zbudowania jak i przedłużenia

Sabina

Witam :) mam problem z zelem Builder Clear, nie chce sie w ogole utwardzic w lampie led....chcialam przedluzyc paznokcie na szablonie a tu zonk i nawet po 4 minutach trzymania pod lampa nic.

Indigo Nails.

Marcelina, polecamy np. Easy Shape Builder lub Perfect Clear, ale każdy powinien dobrać żel według własnych upodobań.

Indigo Nails.

Sabina, tak jak zostało to napisane w naszym artykule: "Builder Clear utwardza się tylko w lampie UV (2 min.) lub Indigo Dual LED (60 sekund)." Jeśli posiadasz zwykłą lampę LED, to ten żel się niestety nie utwardzi.

Marta

A czy żelem easy shape builder możne też stworzyć szkielet przedłużając na formie te 5-6mm, czy nadaje się tylko na zbudowany już szkielet?

Indigo Nails.

Marta, ten żel nadaje się również do stworzenia szkieletu, ale nie jest tak twardy jak większość żeli. Raczej do przedłużania max 5mm.

leave your comment

All fields marked with an * are required