AcryGel Nails - Celebs Hair & Beauty


This new product combines the best properties of gel and acrylic into an all-in-one system.

Also called Polygel? This new product combines the best properties of gel and acrylic into an all-in-one system. The product can be applied to strengthen the natural nail or to extend nails using a tip.

Polygel application is very similar to acrylic application. The biggest and most important difference is that modeling can take longer, because polygel only hardens under the UV/LED lamp. We use the polygel liquid to ensure that the polygel does not stick to the brush, so that we can model more easily.

What is the difference between gel nails and Polygel?

One of the main differences is that polygel is 16% lighter than gel. This makes the nails feel more natural. In addition, the polygel is harder than gel, but at the same time flexible.

Polygel is a revolutionary new system in the field of traditional artificial nail techniques. Polygel is not an acrylic or UV gel, but a combination of the best properties of these products. The Polygel is a "thick" gel, a kind of modeling clay that is processed with a brush and a little liquid (Poly-liquid).

Acrylic consists of a fine powder and a special liquid. The mixture is applied to the nail and shaped using a stencil or tip. For people who want to get rid of nail biting, the Acrylic System is the most successful artificial nail system.

We work with the professional products of Young Nails, Kiara Sky Gelpolish and our own Celebs Gelpolish to ensure the best quality. Neat, professional with 15 years of experience. Nail biters are also welcome!

We have a choice of more than 120 gel polish and 30 glitter gel colors from our own brand “Celebrity Nails Gelpolish”.



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