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Gelish Recovery vs Brisa Lite
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I have been using two generous coats of Gelish Recovery for my clients who normally would need some type of overlay under their gel polish. Is the Brisa Lite comparable to the Recovery. Is it basically a gel overlay capable to sculpt with, that soaks off. Why would I use Brisa Lite and not a traditional soak off gel or is that basically what it is? Can it be used in LED light or strictly UV? Thank you, Kelly*
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Brisa Lite is available in two different formulas. I have never used Recovery but to my understanding it is comparable to the Brisa Lite Smoothing gel. It isn't strong enough to support sculpting or tips for any length of time. I know. I tried :-\ I am hard headed. Lol.

Brisa Lite Sculpting gel is stronger and made specifically for enhancements.

I think it is strictly UV but I may be wrong.
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Brisa lite sculpting basically is a traditional soak off gel.
Brisa light smoothing is like gelish recovery.
Both do not require any filing/buffing of the natural nail just the same prep as shellac. That's the main difference.
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