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Lucky i have a little time to practise some more all comments welcomed xx
 

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sorry pics arnt great wanted to take them out side then it started to tip it down :cry:
 

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Hi hun they are lovely i really do need to practise if i'm gonna compete next to you!!!!

The only thing that sticks out to me is that they flar out alittle on the tips xxxx
 

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...sorry, i'm not a profesional. but the thing i not really like in these nails, is that they look a bit too wide to me, a bit fan alike, but i can be wrong or maybe it is just a photo... but i like them in general!!! Good work!

& Good luck!!
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Well done, these are looking great. If I was to give any constructive critism, then I would mention the side walls are a little wide and thick edged plus picture 1 (with orange) shows quite a few imperfections on the surface which would be marked down in comps I think. Your C curves are beautiful and the apex placement looks excellent from my eyes.

I am no expert .. so I hope you don't mind my comments. I think your practice set are really gorgeous and with a little tweak here and there would make them perfect :)
 

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Totally agree about fanning.....make sure your tips are right thinned out and in shape before applying product.....and find a model with longer beds.....I know it makes such a difference.....especially as we are now in div 3 and length plays a part....length doesn't work unless you have the right beds...hth....not thatI'm an expert lol!

Also, thumb looks very hooky.
 

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thanks for all your lovely replys i will work on all of these and post another set soon xxxx
 

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don't know if this will help but i always go a size smaller in the tip at comps i'll show you wednesday hun xx
 

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lovely work.i thoght they looked really nice.good luck to you and kirsty fof the comps.:)
 

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don't know if this will help but i always go a size smaller in the tip at comps i'll show you wednesday hun xx

i hate tipping never come very natural to me but i have the bit between my teeth and i want to get it sorted

see you wednesday xx
 

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I am no expert Tricky but I do love your work. I agree with what has already been said about the fanning at the free edges. Only I other thing I would add is the the smile lines could be crisper (especially noticed in first photo)although they are nice and deep which I love.

Well done. xx
 

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