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Shellac peeling repair - 01-11-11, 02:34 PM

Hi everyone,
What's the best way to repair one peeling shellac nail?
It's been a while since training and I've not had to repair a peel before!
I understand or depends how bad it is but is there a way to repair other than removingamd starting again??
Thanks
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01-11-11, 02:48 PM

If someone comes to see me with a peel, I remove it and re-Shellac.
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01-11-11, 04:13 PM

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If someone comes to see me with a peel, I remove it and re-Shellac.
I would do the same. To me, Shellac can't be 'repaired'...just remove and re-Shellac.
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01-11-11, 07:07 PM

I use gelish but I agree remove and reapply.......
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01-11-11, 08:41 PM

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Hi everyone,
What's the best way to repair one peeling shellac nail?
It's been a while since training and I've not had to repair a peel before!
I understand or depends how bad it is but is there a way to repair other than removingamd starting again??
Thanks
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Depending on how bad it is, if it is a tiny chip I repair it with base and colour over chip and topcoat over hole nail. This normally does the trick, but if it was peeling I would also soak off and re do. HTH. Ax
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