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Hi all,
for the past few years I have been using young nails acrylic which I really like, but I am considering trying ezflow as I think the nails look great and really like the different acrylic powders they have. So I just wanted anyones opinion on using the product and what is the difference between the two boogie night kits? thanks x :)
 

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gizmo said:
Hi all,
for the past few years I have been using young nails acrylic which I really like, but I am considering trying ezflow as I think the nails look great and really like the different acrylic powders they have. So I just wanted anyones opinion on using the product and what is the difference between the two boogie night kits? thanks x :)
dont know the diff. between the kits but using ezflow is wonderful! I couldnt do l&p to save my life until i used it! Go for it!
 

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cheers hun, think I'll order a sample kit. Have you tried any of the coloured acrylics carole? :biggrin:
 

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gizmo said:
cheers hun, think I'll order a sample kit. Have you tried any of the coloured acrylics carole? :biggrin:
i've tried the boogie nights ones and they are absolutely lush! i've also tried grape soda which is in the rainbow candy kit and that's gorgeous too!
 

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The Walk of Fame glitters are really dense in glitter so you get a really rich bright coverage of glitter, the colours are really bright too. Really good for doing glitter tips.

The Dare to Be Dazzling are less dense and the glittery bits are smaller, some come in a clear base and others white. Some have small dots of glitter and others have holographic pieces (little long bits) and some have a combo of the two.

All are lovely.

You can also mix any of the colours and glitters with each other so the colour options are endless.

Another v technical explnation from Cathie lol!!

Have a look at the website www.californianails.com
 

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nails@42ndstreet said:
The Walk of Fame glitters are really dense in glitter so you get a really rich bright coverage of glitter, the colours are really bright too. Really good for doing glitter tips.

The Dare to Be Dazzling are less dense and the glittery bits are smaller, some come in a clear base and others white. Some have small dots of glitter and others have holographic pieces (little long bits) and some have a combo of the two.

All are lovely.

You can also mix any of the colours and glitters with each other so the colour options are endless.

Another v technical explnation from Cathie lol!!

Have a look at the website www.californianails.com
Well Cathie, obviously your brain and mine were friends in a previous life coz i understood every word of that description!! :lol:
 

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Hi just me,
Ez powders are lush to work with and really easy too. the colours are strong and bling in the walk of fame range.
Antony is the best person to ask about the differences between the 'Dare to be dazzling' and the 'Walk of fame' kits, but if I remember without embarassing myself, 'Walk of Fame' has a higher glitter ratio.
should have remembered better as have a couple of VERY nice 'porn nails'(!!!!) on at the min!!!!!!!!

Debz. xxxxx
 

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debz is indeed right, the walk of fame are more 'solid' glitter nails, and the dare to be dazzling, based in clear powder, so more transparent.



pity we never got to match your nails to the shoes though debz!! :)
 

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I love Ez Flow powders and use them all the time now. The two Boogie Nights collections are wonderful and I like to use them together. I have all the different colour collections now, such a wonderful assortment, and I have the Colour Drops on order so can't wait to get those and have a play with them.

I can highly recommend Ez Flow - even doing plain ole pink and whites, it's a great product to use.
 

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I love the coloured powders by Ez-Flow too. Gemstones and pastels are so lovely to use :cool:
 

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I love E-flow powders, since school always used them and my favorite color is movie premeier in the boogie nite collection
 

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In my website www.beautynaildesign.com gallery ezflow products for sale in Thailand you can see 2 photos of the ezflow boogie night collections it show all the colors the photos on page 2 the last 2 photos click for pop up .

Boogie night walk of fame and boogie night dare to dazzling .

I have all 6 collections All the collections are beautyfull i love the pastel and rainbow collections earthstone and gemstone and the 2 boogie night collections .

I will ask jackie mc to post the colors here later .

Our ezflow products are only for sale in Thailand

Thank you mui
 

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Hi, i can definately say that EZ Flow is the best product i have ever used. I find it so easy to work with, it has creamy consistancy so great for getting a smooth even finish as it self levels as well as you apply it. You need to work quite wet which is good for me. I find pink and whites so much easier to do, although i still need to practise mine, but its definately easier since i switched to EZ Flow.

i love the coloured powders and can't wait to get some more, i only have a few colours that i got with the Deluxe Proline Kit but i find them great for creating my 3D nail art. There are so many kits to choose from so its best to check out their site, all i can say is enjoy.:D
 

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ez flow products are amazing, truly professional ,both boogie nights kits are a dream to work with and gave me the confidence to start sculpting.
wont be changing brands i can tell ya.
uv30 sealer is a godsend
 

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Hi there

just seen a DVD promoting Ezflow and liked the look of the consistency and the fact that it seemed self levelling and he seemed to have more time to work with the product.

He also put Z2&3 on together in one which looked like an enormous blob! then he put another layer on. We couldn't see the side of the nail to see if there was an apex or how thick the product was, but it looked an awful lot.

My friend and I were a bit shocked that he seemed to get the product all over the womans fingers, does this stuff not cause any allergic reactions?

Does it still pong like most acrylics?

Does you have to have special training with them or can you just buy a starter kit and try it out?

Does it soak off like normal L&P?

Sorry about all the questions but very tempted to try it out.

Deb379
 

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debs379 sawasdee ka

Smell is 40 per cent less then other traditional monomers .

Soaks off good we do the foil and acetone soak off .

Ezflow do training course but i have trained myself i trained with another product ezflow is easy to use .

I will do the 3 d course when i have the money to do .

Mui from Thailand
 

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Hi Mui

Thanks for your comments, don't suppose you know where I can get a starter kit in the UK do you?

Deb379
 

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Hi Debs

Try California Nails web site hun www.californianails.com or tel. 01204 412002

kx


Deb379 said:
Hi Mui

Thanks for your comments, don't suppose you know where I can get a starter kit in the UK do you?

Deb379
 

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All you have to do is email them and fax them or post your copies of your certificates so they know you've done training then you can order any kit. I am definately gonna do the conversion course with them soon, as get on so well with EZ Flow products.

It doesn't smell half as bad as some of them, has a lovely creamy consistency and is self leveling so minimal fileing and buffing needed at the end. You definately sculpt with your brush with this system, as you should with all systems, but it seems alot easier with EZ Flow.
 

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Definitely give it a go coz i had sooo much trouble with l&p before: today i've just done two full sets with Ezflow l&p and it went like a dream with, as Talented Talons says, minimal buffing.
 

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