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debbienailz

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hi
i need a little help with fabric please:rolleyes:
i have seen all the previous posts but still need to ask a couple of questions if i may :confused:
natural nail overlays ...when you say ...fibreglass or silk, leave it a bit longer over the free edge, this will protect the natural nail.......................
...how do you mean exactly ...sorry if i sound stupid:D

i know fabric is compatible with other systems ...could i use it to seal nail art on l&p ..and if so ...how ?

thanks for any info
debbie:)
 

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debbienailz said:
natural nail overlays ...when you say ...fibreglass or silk, leave it a bit longer over the free edge, this will protect the natural nail.......................
...how do you mean exactly ...sorry if i sound stupid:D

i know fabric is compatible with other systems ...could i use it to seal nail art on l&p ..and if so ...how ?

thanks for any info
debbie:)
There are a couple of ways to achieve free edge protection with silk or fibreglass. One is not to trim the fabric right to the nail before applying your resins. Leave a bit hanging over and apply resin to the whole piece of fabric. ON finishing, shape and file at a 45degree angle so that the overlay always protrudes a bit more than the natural nail.

There is nothing to stop you applying a layer of Build or Boost over the nail art on your nails to keep it permanent. This will have to be buffed off though to change the nail art design.
 
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