Hi, I am a new nail tech in training. I was wondering about your Gina Wallace nail trainer.
Did you get it, and how has it been for you? I really need to get faster with my gel applications, and I am getting frustrated. Thank you, I look forward to hearing from you.
As a lot of geeks on here will tell you its one of the best tools you can invest in, it really does become your best friend..you always have someone to practice on, she never moans at you and she wont get bored or tired..so go buy one .. :lol: hth.. xx
i have one of these and have owed it/her for about 8 years, i wouldnt be without it, they are invaluable flower - when i feel the need to practice and all the family cant be bothered, ethel comes to the rescue every time - tho i will admit that you have probs with tips/forms etc fitting perfectly, but this just makes you WANT to make them fit - cos no dumb ass plastic hand will get the better of ya
I love my nail trainer although I do admit I have nearly thrown her out the window a few times. Sometimes the nails keep popping out of the fingers. I looked on here for some hints on how to keep them firmly stuck. But Handy Sandy is my best friend at the moment.
Can I just clarify that Gina Wallace is a representative of the Essential Nails Nail trainer and it is not her brand, as it were. She distributes it in the USA but the nail trainer was designed and built in Great Britain.