Personally I blend with a 180 grit. I keep it parralel so I dont get the natural nail and I cover the natural nail with my thumb so I cant accidentally file it. When I trained I was told never use less than a 240 on the natural nail so wondered why I was told to blend with a 180, but I was told that in blending this way you wont get the natural nail. It didnt sound possible, but in practice I've found that doing it this way doesnt catch the natural nail, just be careful to keep your abrasive parralel
Just a thought but surely by putting your finger on their nails you could transfer oils onto their nail plates. Maybe im just a bit fussy with my enhancements but I avoid touching their nail plates as much as i can. xx
As you havent trained we cant really advise you in professional productshi hun,
where is INM can't find it under that on the internet, I am a complete beginner no courses just practice on my own nails and use sally products because i don't know of any othes apart from nsi who seem expensive. Also I have a airbrush and would love to do smile lines on myself but don't know what do use as a stencil that i can hold down and also use the airbrush any ideas ?