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KaRiBear819

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Hi, my name is Kara & i'm a salon geek newbie. I'm also new to the nail industry & only been doing nails for a year. I was at the salon today & had the WORST experience ever!

So i had a client come in for a manicure. I performed the manicure as usual, instead of polish she wanted a french. She later changed her mind when she seen a polish another nail tech had (it was her own personal polish she brought in). I put the base coat, 2 layers of the Zoya polish, my topcoat & put her in the dryer. I cleaned up all my stuff while she was drying & was getting ready to leave. She was done drying at 3:30, which is when nail techs don't take anymore clients because the shop closes at 4. When i had everything put away she said "What about my french?" She wanted a french over her purple polish!! :mad: I pulled all my stuff back out & did the french. I waited with her while she dried. It was then 4. She pulled her hands out of the dryer & every single 1 of her nails had bubbles!:eek: Not on the white just on the purple!! I asked if she wanted the mani for free or wanted a repolish & she wanted it to redone. I ended up doing a plain french by then the nail tech with the polish had left. So i ended up leaving at 4:45...just me & the owner! I was so embarrassed!!! What was up with the bubbles?? They were smooth..she was the first person to use the polish..it was new & right out of the box! Any ideas on what caused it??
 

ValencianNails

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If the bottle of enamel had been shaken that would explain the bubbles... it's best to roll the bottle between your hands before using.

I would personally recommend a quick dry top coat and a speed spray (ie Creative Solar Spray) instead of a nail dryer, the nails dry much faster and are conditioned at the same time :D

hth's
 

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