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1.) The ingredients used in UV gels are from a subfamily of acrylics called:
2.) Recently developed UV gel technologies utilize chemistry from:
3.) A short chain of monomers not long enough to be considered a polymer is an:
4.) Newer UV gel systems use chemicals called:
urethane methacrylates
5.) An advantage of UV gel systems is:
low odor
6.) The UV gel application process differs from other types of nail enhancements: with a UV gel procedure:
product must dry between layers with white lights
7.) UV gel products are usually packaged in opaque pots or:
squeeze tubes
8.) A measure of how much electricity a bulb consumes is:
9.) Brushes used in the application of UV gels are:
10.) To improve the shelf life of nail adhesives, store them at room temperature between:
60 degrees and 85 degrees
11.) Nail tips applied with a UV gel procedure should be shortened and filed prior to the gel application to prevent:
the gel seal from being broken during the filing procedure
12.) The time required to cure each layer of a UV gel product is determined by:
manufacturer's instructions
13.) UV gels cure with a tacky surface called an:
inhibition layer
14.) The final layer of UV gel should be brushed under the free edge of the natural nail enhancement to create a:
15.) First UV gel is called the :
base coat gel
16.) To reduce client skin irritation and sensitivity when applying the base coat gel:
leave a tiny free margin between the UV gel and the skin
17.) The oily shine on natural nails should be removed using:
vertical strokes
18.) UV gel enhancements must be rebalanced every:
2 to 3 weeks
19.) The abrasive used to check and refine the nail contour for UV gel nails is:
medium abrasive
20.) Third UV gel is called the finisher or:
sealer gel
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