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Idonails

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Good afternoon ladies, when does lifting usually occur? Two weeks, three weeks, etc after the nails have been done?? Thanks for the help.
 

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lifting shouldn't really happen at all....if it is properly adhered to the nail then it should stay so.

i know there can be some causes for lifting...picking, nibbling...presure from teath....but if they are looked after then really lifting shouldn't happen.
 

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If there is oil on the nail plate or the prep has not been thorough enough, you will get lifting within 2/3 days, likewise if the l&p has touched the skin.

As Angie says, lifting shouldn't really happen with proper application . . . if they look after them properly, which includes having maintenance when its due. not trying to drag it out to four and five weeks.

If a client wears her nails too long and goes far too long between maintenance you could see some lifting, but this would not normally happen with a well behaved client lol :smack:
 

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