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Hi

I have been using Calgel for approx 6 months. I do love the product, but am concerned at the amount of clients that seem to loose a tip or 2 in between infills.

Can anyone please advice why this might be as I seem to have tried everything

Thanks
 
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Hi

I have been using Calgel for approx 6 months. I do love the product, but am concerned at the amount of clients that seem to loose a tip or 2 in between infills.

Can anyone please advice why this might be as I seem to have tried everything

Thanks
Hi fellow calgel user !

Do you tip or sculpt?

I always sculpt and get the odd person break one now and then but on the whole problem free.

If you have a client EXTREMELY heavy handed perhaps offering a file off gel along side your SOAK off gel would be the answer?

Amb x
 

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When I first used Calgel I used it over tips, and I had people coming back with broken nails all the time. I've since learnt to sculpt and don't have any problems anymore.
 

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Hi

Thanks for the advice. I do do sculptures but not any where near as much as applying tips.
Regards
Andrea
 

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Hi

Thanks for the advice. I do do sculptures but not any where near as much as applying tips.
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Andrea
i think thats your answer hun, anyone who comes through the door now...SCUPLT EM !

If you MAKE yourself do it - you'll be great at it in no time!

AMb xxx
 

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Thanks!

How do you go on with sculptures for badly bitten nails?

Thanks
Cheers
Andrea
 

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Thanks!

How do you go on with sculptures for badly bitten nails?

Thanks
Cheers
Andrea
Hi Andrea
Its possible to use silk to sculpture badly bitten nails.
Good luck!

:)
 

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:):)hi ive just done a calgel refresher course and i found it really usefull i really enjoyed the whole day and will be going on another one again soon just to go over things im not sure on .i dont do nails very often so i can forget but i love these days there will probably be one near you good luck
lisa
 

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