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sdanzine

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Hello to all

I need clarification.

:shock: Do I need to do a conversion course to start using/to buy the Fabric # Try Me Kit?

:shock: Does it come with instructions?

:shock: Is it Creative branded or Designer Nails?

:shock: What is the difference between Creative Nail Design and Designer Nails?

:shock: Which looks glossier Northern Lights Looks Wet or Creative Super Shiney?

:shock: Does Creative Acrylic go yellow (sorry can't remember this from my conversion)?

I hope you guys can help. I feel so lonely being a mobile on my own and with nobody to ask for recommendations/hints, it's great to know this website exists.

Thanks in advance for your help. It is really appreciated.

Sam
 

geeg

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Questions answered:

:? No you do not need a conversion course as the instructions are ll included in the kit and it is very simple. But you will do better with a class.

:? Yes full instructions are included in the kit.

:? It is Fabric#. It is its own brand

:? Designer Nails is the distributor for Creative, Fabric# and Faze gel as well as designer Nails products.

:? In my opinion there is not a lot of difference. BOTH have a beautiful glossy look.

:? Creative Liquid & Powder never yellows.

Hope this answers all your queries.
 

Mandini

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6 out of 6 Geeg!!

I'll back those! Fabric is sooper dooper. But it's more advanced than a usual wrap system - and to fully appreciate it's fantastic qualities - training is the way to go.

And nope. Wonderful and gorgeous Creative has never ever yellowed in my 8 years xxx
 

angel_delight74

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I am currently using IBD gel but do not use any other system. Having read all the good comments on this site, I purchased the Fabric# Try me Kit.....and the Fabric# seemed easy to do. :)

I contacted my Insurance company to make sure that I was covered to use Fabric# and they told me that I would have to complete a course in silk/fabric wrap as oppose to gel in order to be covered by the Insurance Company

I contacted the number given in the Try me kit only to find that there was not a course running in my area of the West Midlands :(
 

Sharon Green

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Hi,

Just wanted to say that Marianne is great...she did my first ever set of Forever French....WOW they were FAB. I am saving like crazy to go and train with Marianne in the New Year. :D

Sharon
 

angelnails

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hi

I also live in the West Midlands, and wanted to do a Fabric conversion course. I had attended a four day L & P foundation course in Birmingham, but when I contacted the Academy to do a Fabric conversion course, I was disappointed to find that no course was available in Birmingham area, but they did recommended Marianne Manley a Creative ambassador based at Craven Arms, Shropshire.

I attended a one 2 one with her last week and she was great, I had previously done a few one 2 one with Jane Cook the West Midlands Ambassador (also fantastic)and found that one 2 one's suited me better than the classroom.

It might be worth you giving the education department at Creative another call

Good Luck

Katie
 

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Thank You. Much Appreciated. I'll give Creative another call

:D
 
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