Baby Boomer I&II
Baby Boomer 1 VS Baby Boomer 2
Baby Boomer Gel 1 is a milky white builder gel of medium density, if applied in a thin layer it’ s semi-transparent, if instead applied in a thicker layer it’ s perfectly covering, it’ s recommended to apply it with a soft brush such as # 6 Gel or Nero Merlo 2.
The Baby Boomer Gel 2 is a milky white builder gel denser than the previous one and much more pigmented with a more intense white, it’ s recommended to apply it with a less flexible brush such as Firm Gel Gel or Nero Merlo 3.
Here is the big difference between the two gels, they are excellent for the famous Baby Boomer technique and embrace any need.
The choice between the two builders depends on the effect you want to achieve and your dexterity.
The step by step procedure for the correct Baby Boomer technique is as follows:
Cleaning the cuticular area
Shorten the free edge
Prepare the natural nail
Position the nail form correctly
Spread the Baby Boomer Gel creating the elongation on the nail form and bring it up to the middle of the nail bed, blending the part of the white gel closest to the cuticle area. Cure it in a Lamp. (3min UV)
N.B. the white on the free edge doesen’t have to be thin but in sufficient quantity.
Proceed by shaping with Cover Refill Hard and taking care to cover the edge (therefore above the baby boomer white). Cure it in a Lamp. (3min UV)
At this point you’ re ready to file your shape.
Seal with the Top and cure it (3min UV)!
And voila, that’s it.