Royal gel - cleansing free color gel, perfect coverage in one layer!
Revolutionary Royal Gels are the crown jewels of Crystal Nails’ Gel System. They are non-cleansing, highly pigmented – hence the vivid, long-lasting colors -, and contain a curing accelerator agent, ensuring that creating beautiful gel nail art is smooth sailing. Royal Gels provide perfect coverage in a single layer, and since they already shine bright like a queen’s crown, there’s no need to apply Top Shine. If you’re looking to color up acrylic nails with Royal Gels, don’t forget to apply a layer between the two materials. Royal Gels cure in UV and LED.
The new generation of color gels. They are highly pigmentated, so they cover perfectly in 1 (or 2 thin layers). After curing their surface is dry and shiny.
If you would like to increase the shine or provide long-lasting durability, cover them with Top Seal Light gel or Easy Off Top Gel. You can use them on the whole nail surface. Due to the high pigment content Royal Gels are perfect for nail decorations: for 3D design or gel nail art. Cure time: 2-3 minutes according to the strength of the lamp. In LED: 1-2 minutes.
To apply Royal Gels onto acrylic nails, use top gel as an in-between layer to achieve the best adhesion. There are two methods to do this. You can either use a non-cleansing top gel, cure it for 15-20 seconds in a UV lamp or 5-8 seconds in a LED lamp until the surface turns a tad tacky to ensure the Royal Gel’s proper adhesion; or you can apply any top gel, buff the nail surface, then apply Royal Gel onto the now-matte surface.
I really like the royal gels. All the colors r so pigmented , one layer gives full coverage.
I can’t wear colours on my nails, could you do a clear I can put on top of my acrylics?
You can use our Xtreme top shine gel. https://www.crystalnails.com/webshop/base-gel-top-coat/Xtreme-Top-Shine-564_5108
Can I put royal gels under builder clear gel.
You can use our decor color gels for that purpose. Royal gels are our product line that is designed for color or decorating the nail surface. They don't leave a sticky, tacky layer behind after they are cured.
I’m trying to reduce my fill time, so I’m looking to do gel fills with a colored hard gel, which would kill 2 birds with one stone. Would this product be what I’m looking for?
No, this product is not for fills.
Are the royal gels considered a soft gel or hard gel? Does it soak off? How can I apply it over acrylic?
Royal gels are hard gels and you have to remove them using a nail file.