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Airshield

Polish Sealant

Services Per Container: 40-375

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Polish Sealant

Services Per Container: 40-375

Description

The NSI Airshield enhancement sealant is an air dry nail polish sealant that seals and protects polished nail enhancements in 3 minutes flat! Simply apply after the application of natural nail polish to keep polished nail enhancements looking fresh long after application.

  • Brushes on smooth like polish
  • Dries to an ultra-shiny, non-smudge finish that lasts for two weeks or more
  • Airshield begins to dry as soon as it is applied to the nail and requires no heat, light, or extra equipment
  • Can be a great retail item for clients with nail enhancements to use for at home nail care

Not recommended for polished French nails

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Instructions

Step 1: File and shape the enhancement with an Endurance 180/180 Grit File. Remove excess dust with a Nail Wipe saturated with Cleanse. Apply a liberal layer of Glaze ‘n Go to all ten nails and cure in any full hand UV lamp for 90 seconds. There is no tacky layer to remove.

Step 2: Apply two coats of your favorite nail polish to all ten nails according to the manufacturer’s  directions. Allow it to dry for 1 minute.

Step 3: Apply Airshield like a polish, coating the entire nail surface of all ten nails. Allow Airshield to dry for 3 minutes.

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FAQ

Q: Can I use Airshield on a polished natural nail?
A: No. Although Airshield works extremely well on any type of polished enhancement (acrylic, gel, or wrap), it is not recommended for a natural nail polish top coat.

Q: Can I use Airshield on a polished pink and white acrylic or gel enhancement?
A: Airshield is not UV-stable and is not recommended for polished French nails.

Q: How long does it take to dry the polish?
A: Airshield will completely dry polish over any enhancement in 3 minutes.

Q: How can I remove Airshield?
A: Airshield can be removed by using a Nail Wipe saturated with Acetone.

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