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  • Olivia S.

    'Paddie's polygel kit has transformed my weak, brittle nails into strong and beautiful ones. It's easy to use and the results last for weeks. I feel more confident and put together thanks to Paddie.'

  • Sarah H.

    'I've been using Paddie's polygel nails for quite some time now and I must say, they have truly revolutionized my at-home manicure game!

    With Paddie, I can now achieve salon-quality nails right from the comfort of my own home, saving me both time and money.'

  • Simone Q.

    'Unlike other nails treatments, it can be gently buffed off with a nail file without damaging your natural nails. I would highly recommend this brand to anyone looking for a simple and effective solution for their nails.'


How long do they last?

Depending on the nail prep you've done + assuming you used base & top coat, they will last 2-3 weeks.

What is the removal process?

There are 2 methods to remove the Paddie Polygel.

1. Slower but can be done at home

Simply put some olive oil in warm soapy water and soak your nails in there for 15-20 minutes.

Gently pull your polygel nails off and clean with rubbing alcohol wipes.

2. Quicker method

Easily remove the nails in just 5 minutes using our Polygel Remover Kit.

What is Polygel?

Polygel combines the durability of acrylic nails and the easy application of gel nails, while taking away all harsh and harmful chemicals.

What is the prep process?

To prep your nails, start by trimming them to your desired length and shaping them with a nail file. Next, brush off any filing dust with a clean brush and wipe each nail with an alcohol wipe to remove impurities and oils.

Then, gently push back your cuticles using a cuticle pusher for a cleaner appearance. Finally, carefully trim any excess dead cuticle skin.

Is the UV lamp dangerous?

Paddie's UV lamp is not dangerous for your skin.

Paddie's UV light's power is 16W (watts), light source is 365+405NM wavelength. At this power, you will not feel eye contact discomfort, and it will not cause harm to your skin and body.

Can you paint on top of them?

Yes, you can paint on top of nail polygel just like you would with acrylic or gel nails. Once the polygel has been applied, shaped, and cured under a UV or LED lamp, you can proceed to apply nail polish, gel polish, or nail art designs on top of it.