I agree a form can be fit to any nail type including a dramatic c-curve but it definitely takes longer to faff around with forms on a challenging nail than a velocity (which is designed for the job).A sculpting class will show you how to fit forms to all types of nails.
Exactly, dramatic C's are easy, just cut the mouth of the form straight.. its the same sort of C curve as dealing with Square C's... Un touched (un tailored) forms hardly ever fit anyones nails IMO very rarely do I use them straight off the roll without having to tailor, it is a treat when I can thou!If you are talking nails with deep side walls, they are a bit more tricky and do need a bit more tailoring of the form as the free edge shape is quite square and the forms are a bit too oval shaped for a fit without tailoring.
Oh okay yeah, then like everyone else says, adjust the form or, use a tip.. If I have bad nail biters I usually talk them into a custom blended manicure to extend the look of the nail bed, so I usually use tips on them..maybe I'm getting confused lol she was a nail biter so really did'nt have much free edge, I curved the for before trying to slot it in and it would'nt fit flush under her nail is this deep side walls instead then? xx