A) How to remove?

If you wish to remove your poly extension gel for any reason, you can safely follow the steps below:

Step1. Cut the extra length of your nail with a nail cutter and file off the top layer of the polygel. Make sure that you DO NOT file the natural nail.

Step2. Cover the surface of your nails with cotton pieces soaked in the slip solution included in the kit. If you don't want to waste the slip solution to remove your extension gel, you can use acetone or any non-acetone nail polish remover. Use Aluminum foil pieces to wrap up the top of the finger. The less air you let inside, the quicker the polygel gets loosened.

Wait for the solution to do its job, which takes about 10 minutes.

Step3. After 10 minutes, the polygel will start to peel off on its own. Use the cuticle pusher or the spatula side of the dual headed tool included in the kit to create a gap between the polygel and your natural nail, starting from the cuticle up to the tip of the nail. Gently move up and down to create more gap and the remaining gel on your nail will come off. 

Step4. Use a nail buffer to make your nail plates smooth.

The Iconeve poly extension gel is easy to apply and is just as easy to remove thanks to its unique TriPolymer technology. It is light and durable while remaining pliable, allowing for quicker break down during removal.

B) Will I receive a user guide with the Iconeve nail kit?

Yes, our kit comes with a step-by-step guide with pictures explaining exactly how to use the kit. If you have any questions about the use of the equipment, you can contact us using our contact form, and a member of our team will guide you and explain everything you need to know.

C) I am a beginner, and I have never done my nails myself. Is this kit suitable for me?

Yes, it is! The Iconeve nail kit is designed so that everyone, especially beginners who have never done their nails, can quickly and easily achieve beautiful manicures, all from the comfort of their own home.

D) Can I order the extension gel only when I run out?

Yes, when you need more gels, you can simply order the gel of your choice separately, and you are set and ready for more manicures.

E) How do I fill in polygel nails after they have grown out?

After three to four weeks, your nails grow approximately 1/8 of an inch. There will be a gap between your cuticles and the old polygel. You can easily fill in the gap and make the polygel nails look fresh again without removing the old polygel completely. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to do it:

Step1. Clean excess cuticles on the new growth area, gently roughen the surface with the 100/180 nail file included in the kit and switch to higher grits to form a smooth surface from the edge of the polygel to the natural nail.

Step2. Remove all of the excess dust, and apply a gel base coat, and follow by curing for 30 seconds.

Step3. Apply a small amount of polygel (no larger than the size of half a pea) onto the new growth area and pat it down into the gap carefully.

Step4. Using a polygel brush that is already damp with the slip solution, smooth out the new polygel to be thin along the cuticle line and blend well with the old polygel.

Step5. Cure for 30 seconds.

Step6. File the entire nail to make the overall texture smooth and apply a top coat. If you want to paint your nails, use a base coat first, apply the nail polish, and finish it off with a top coat to give your gel nails the best look.

F) Can I use a nail polish or gel polish over the extension gel nails?

You can use either gel or traditional polish on top of our Iconeve poly nail extension gel!

If you want the flexibility of making regular color changes, opt for traditional polish. After your polygel application, apply a top coat and then two coats of your favorite nail polish. By using a non-acetone nail polish remover, you can easily change your nail color without compromising your polygel extension.

Do you prefer to use gel polish? Then simply apply two coats of your chosen color directly to your polygel enhancement, with curing in between each layer. Seal your nails with a layer of the top coat.