for a while...
Not every lamp is good enough for all kind of gels.
Because every gel has different ingredients and properties.
Therefor every gel has it's own lamp...
You know, gel will be hardened when the gel is cured for 50%.
But that's not enough. A gel need to be cured for at least 90%.
We can't see it with our eyes if it's 50% or 90%.
Well I can't, that's for sure. Because we see only the surface of the gel.
Manufacturers do a lot of tests and research on their gels to provide a lamp that will cure properly.
( that's why lamps are not cheap)
It's all about the heigth of the inner lamps, the position of these lamps.... and so on.. to get the right one
which's curing their gel for at least 90%
A gel can be cured:
- the right way
- too little (undercure)
- too much (overcure)
And you want them to cure the right way, isn't it?