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Top Coat Sunshine
Nail polish

Top Coat Sunshine

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The Top Coat Sunshine offers a long-lasting and extreme shine to your favourite Green colour: a "gel effect" without lamp.

Its formula reacts to natural UV rays and accelerates drying time. This extraordinary top coat protects and enhances your manicure.

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Only 587 items in stock!

Top Coat Sunshine

Only 587 items in stock!

ethyl acetate, butyl acetate, acrylates copolymer, nitrocellulose, acetyl tributyl citrate, HEA IPDI isocyanurate trimer/polycaprolactone diol copolymer, adipic acid/neopentyl glycol/trimellitic anhydride copolymer, alcohol, ethyl trimethylbenzoyl phenylphosphinate, tris-HEA IPDI isocyanurate trimer, CI 60725 (violet 2)

69% bio-based

Step 1 - Base coat

Apply Green Base Coat capping the edge properly, then allow to dry.

Step 2 - Colour

Apply your favourite Green colour capping the edge properly, then allow to dry. Repeat step 2 so you have 2 thin coats of colour.

Step 3 - Top coat

Apply one coat of Top Coat Sunshine 1 to 2 minutes after your base coat and your favorite Green color. No lamp needed : it reacts to natural sun UV rays.

How to remove the polish

Use the Green Nail Polish Remover with sweet almond oil to moisturise your nails after removing the polish.

Why is its green lacquered bottle different from the Green polish?

Its formula reacts to natural UV rays, which is why the bottle of this Top Coat is opaque: it serves to protect its formula from light.

Is Green polish a kind of gel?

No, the Green range is classic nail polish. The Green Flash range is an alternative to gel polish.

Can I mix two ranges (e.g. Green and Green Flash)?

No, each formula is unique and made up of different ingredients. So you should never mix them.

Must you always start with a base coat?

Yes, the base coat acts as a protective layer, shielding your nails from the pigment.

Must I keep the polish in the fridge?

No, you must keep it at room temperature, in a dry place.

Playing with colour not fire!