You can find this HERE, and this is the KIT that I got.
I decided to play with this a few night ago and show my results. A friend of mine suggested getting a small funnel, which I don't have yet, to help pour the polish from the dip jar back into the polish. I did kind of expect the tool (the pink square with the curved portions) to be a little more flexible, but I didn't have too much trouble.
I was going to use the sheer polish that comes with, but my son saw my CG Rainbow on the table and wanted me to use that over the white instead.
Overall, it's not a bad concept. I just experienced a few issues with my first use. Like I stated in the beginning, there is a learning curve and I'm sure I'll get better with practice. I do wish the tool was a bit more flexible, but it is still useable. The 3 minute top coat didn't work for me.......even after 10 minutes, I was still able to touch my nails and it felt wet and left an imprint. I forgot to take a picture of that. The biggest issue I had with the entire kit was the file.
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This was definitely quicker than using the scotch tape method! It only took a few minutes even though I was a first time user. The remover smells AMAZING. Better than anything else that I own. This kit is worth that alone.
To sum this review up, I will definitely be playing with this again to try to get the hang of it. Maybe even experimenting with other polishes. I am, by no means telling you to or not to get this product. I am just stating that if you do, you may not have a perfect result with the first use. If you do, please come do mine :D. Though I would definitely recommend this as a gift for someone who likes to do their nails at home and save some money instead of going to the salon.
If you have any questions, especially if I left anything out, please ask.