Harmony Gelish Thrill of The Chill Gel Polish Collection (5 x 15ml)

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Harmony Gelish Thrill of The Chill Gel Polish Collection (5 x 15ml)

Please note: This collection does not include 'My Main Freeze'

A collection of five colours from the 2017 Thrill of the Chill Winter Collection. With five new shades ranging from shimmering to soft and snowy, the new seasonal collection from Gelish is sure to give you shivers! Gelish Soak-Off Gel Polish applies like polish and cures in a LED lamp in 30 seconds, or 2 minutes in traditional UV lamps. Gelish stays on nails for up to 3 weeks with no chipping or peeling, and soaks completely off in only 10-15 minutes.

Features

  • Up to 3 weeks of wear
  • Quick, easy to cure colours

Collection Includes

  • Harmony Gelish - Ice Cold Gold (15ml)
  • Harmony Gelish - Caviar on Ice (15ml)
  • Harmony Gelish - Angling For a Kiss (15ml)
  • Harmony Gelish - Let's Kiss & Warm Up (15ml)
  • Harmony Gelish - Don't Let The Frost Bite (15ml)

What's different about the redesigned Gelish bottle?

NEW formula = better product stability, creamy full colour application and a smoother streak free finish

NEW brush = the stem is a dense dark grey plastic and the bristles are black which helps to prevent product curing from light hitting the lids and traveling through to the bristles. Think Fibre Optics!

NEW bristles

= the bristles are laser cut to make the brush curved with a higher bristle count. This makes polishing the cuticle a whole lot easier as well as promoting a smoother application of product

NEW bottle

= with its opaque shrink wrap labelling and no window, this new design means minimal accidental curing even from ambient UV light in the room

Pro Tip:

As the new Gelish brush has a finer design, and greater bristle count ï¾– you may need to monitor the amount of product on your brush to avoid picking up too much. Especially if you are used to the old Gelish brush design. Remember that you still should apply two coats to achieve the true colour prior to top coat.