A: While you can use other nail polishes in under or in between coats, it must be done properly. Be sure to let every layer dry completely before applying another.
Q: If I want to thin my gel polish, can I use acetone?
A: No. Gel polishes are specifically designed for curing with LED light in your Pro Dry. If you want to thin your gel polish, you should use a thinner especially designed for gel polishes.
Q: How can I prevent wrinkling when applying LED nail polish?
A: Sometimes, gel polishes can wrinkle or shrink back if applied improperly. Be sure to apply very thin, even coats, and make sure the bottle is well shaken or stirred, and you should not experience a problem.
Q: Can I touch my nails right after I use my Pro Dry?
A: Yes. Your Pro Dry is designed to cure your nails on the spot, so you don’t have to worry about smudging from contact with other surfaces.
Q: How long will my home-manicure with my Pro Dry last?
A: Your manicure will last for 2 to 3 weeks—awesome, right?
Q: Can I use my Pro Dry on my toes?
A: Typically people use their Pro Dry for their fingernails, but if you want to put LED gel polish on your toes, then the Pro Dry will work to cure your toenails as well.
Q: Do I do put all five fingers under the Pro Dry at one time?
A: The Pro Dry is designed for to fit all five fingers, one hand at a time. You can also opt to do your thumbs separately if it is more comfortable.
Q: Do I need to wear SPF or fingerless gloves while using my Pro Dry?
A: LED lamps release a small amount of LED light radiation. Though mild, some opt for extra protection by applying a small amount of SPF to the fingers that will be exposed or use fingerless gloves for extra protection against light damage to the skin.
Q: How many coats are necessary when apply LED gel polish with my Pro Dry?
A: When applying LED gel polish, you should apply a base layer, then cure once, apply another layer, then cure again. Lastly, apply a thin layer for the final coat and cure once more, and you’re all set!