A lot of people use "Shellac" as a generic term for gel manicures.
It may be that a Gelish or similar top coat was applied and that needs buffing prior to removal to break the seal. This allows the remover to permeate to the colour and start the removal process.
Perhaps ask her to send a photo? If there is some nail to work with you can do an extension - either sculpt or use a tip to add a platform then using acrylic or gel you can create the new nail. Keep it thin and flat, no apex for strength needed.
Email must have got lost - I ordered from them today online and got a phone call within minutes to say that one item isn't in stock and would I be happy to wait for everything to be delivered at the same time or needed things earlier.
Always been happy with the customer service - give them a...
So glad she paid up!!
Unfortunately people don't realise how annoying it is to wait for payment.
My husband is a music teacher and people often "forget" to bring their payment with them. Then he has to chase them more than once to get them to pay up.
The amount they owe is a small...
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I would definitely choose a product based learning course, either Shellac with CND or Gelish with Nail Harmony.
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Personally I wouldn't announce on Facebook but thats just me.
I would tell your clients face to face on their next appointment.
Make sure you have a plan of action in mind - people are selfish and a lot of peoples first thought will be "who will do my nails!!".
If you have...
I have it and must admit avoid it if I can! I used the Sweet Morning Dew today and it has to be put on really thin, at least 2 streaky coats before a third to even it out. A definite thin to win colour xx