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sequinto

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Hi geeks can anyone tell me plz when using flawless pink if the ratio is slightly different as when i use this it seems much harder to work with well it is for me lol
 

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I'm pretty sure this has been discussed before. Flawless pink has an intense colour to it, I recall some saying they had added other ceative powders to it to make it easier for them to use. Try a search for flawless pink.

Hope this helps.

Julie
 

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talontastic said:
I'm pretty sure this has been discussed before. Flawless pink has an intense colour to it, I recall some saying they had added other ceative powders to it to make it easier for them to use. Try a search for flawless pink.

Hope this helps.

Julie
Hi Julie have just done search n wow all these new things i'm gona try, will b printing lots off 2moz
 

liza smith

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hiya jackie
flawless has the same mix ratio, but as it is heavily pigmented, it takes some getting used to.
think what it would b like using perfect colour white in zones 2 & 3?!
using flawless is a great discipline, when your mix ratio is right, it will look superb.
most nail tech's work too wet, this will dilute the flawless, & it will go semi-transparent (especially in zone 3)
read all the posts, they will give u lots of tips :)
liza xx
 

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Does anyone know what you would use with the Pansy coloured powder in EZ Flow's range to get a similar colour??
 

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You would use their pink powder and if i remember correctly it is a 80/20 ratio mix.
 

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