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gillian w

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Do you think its possible to get really smiley, smiley lines in french or should i be happy with a slight curve.
 

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I cant see why not Gillian cause the white goes where you paint it, but I have always gone for a natural smile line with my Bio french.
 

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I usually just do a natural looking line anyway but tonight someone wanted their nails to have the more white tip look and it didnt seem to want to stay even with a one by one freeze the gel very quickly came out of position i guess it would only be a sculpture style gel that would hold that shape.
 

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ditto with oey !

The white goes wherever you place it.....extreme curve or subtle its up to you !

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ditto with oey !

The white goes wherever you place it.....extreme curve or subtle its up to you !

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Ok thanks i will just have to try harder next time :)
 

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Ya, I don't have a prob with smiley smiles either. I find it's all in the angle of the brush.

I was having a hard time getting decent smiles until I read Bagpuss' tutorial - I think it was about doing smile lines with POW, but it worked wonders for my Bio smiles. I even bought the brush she suggested. Huge difference!
 

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I was trying to backswipe mine in probably messing about with it too much i will have another go sometime.
 

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What kind of brush do you use Gillian....i find a pointed or angled one better than a flat topped one. Thaty way you can really get your pointy bits....well pointy!

That said, like the others, I guess the white just goes where you put it, but I actually don' t like really smiley smile's in gel as much as L&P anyway. Dunno why....they just never look quite as technically happy!
 

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