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sdanzine

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Hi

I did a set of nails last night, used clear CND on zone 2 & 3 but there is a yellow line/tinge to where zone 2 meets zone 3, I have never had this before. is it contaminated? i have washed my pipette and my little bowl. What do I do if it is in the brush? I don't think it could be the powder, or could it be! :rolleyes: Hope you can help

I have a client this evening, a little worried! :|

Sam
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debbienailz

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sdanzine said:
Hi

I did a set of nails last night, used clear CND on zone 2 & 3 but there is a yellow line/tinge to where zone 2 meets zone 3, I have never had this before. is it contaminated? i have washed my pipette and my little bowl. What do I do if it is in the brush? I don't think it could be the powder, or could it be! :rolleyes: Hope you can help

I have a client this evening, a little worried! :|

Sam
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hi sam
i would say it is either your monomer or your brush ...if you know your monomer is fresh ...and has not been poured back into :rolleyes:
it is probably your brush you can give cleaning it a go ....but it is not guaranteed :sad: .i had this problem once ..after standing my brush upside down in a brush holder ...obviously monomer had been draining back into the metal part ..and this had caused contamination ....i soaked in monomer ...but with no luck ...so before throwing it out ...i soaked in scrub fresh and wiped until no more staining was showing on the tissue .i then resoaked in monomer...and luckily it was ok :) ...make sure you clean your brush thoughrouly with clean monomer after every use and either invest in a brush holder (worm coffin ):eek: or wrap your brush in tissue and lay it flat .
hope this helps
take care
debbie
 
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