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please could you have a nosey at my business cards and let me know which you like the best?

i'm have trouble choosing a name also, so would like your thoughts on the names too. thank you :hug:

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oh yes never thought of that :rolleyes:

thanks hun x
 

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ooh i like them all, but like nailicious dont know why, but i do,

i also think your name should be on them and i like the white background more than the black, but thats JMHO

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please could you have a nosey at my business cards and let me know which you like the best?

i'm have trouble choosing a name also, so would like your thoughts on the names too. thank you :hug:

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I like the 2nd one best. Just a pointer though (if you don't mind me saying). Professional is spelt with one 'f' and two 's'. And when you have started all the other words with a capital letter.. the last line Facial Treatments the word treatments should have a capital letter too. Plus the word Appointments is incorrect. Eeek.. sorry to point them out! But they all look very attractive. :)
 

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I like the second one best too, clean and professional.

(btw you've missed the t out of appointments too.)
 

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Hi lucy
I like the black one *a wee bit different* but I think professional is spelt like this and not proffesional. Hope this helps. Also I like Beauty Space, sounds new and covers all aspects of Beauty. Maybe Nailbox (which I also like) could give the impression that you only do nails. Good Luck.
 

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:o:o:o honest i can spel :lol:
 

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My favorite is the second one,
it looks very classy and just seems to give off the right impression
 

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:o:o:o honest i can spel :lol:
Aw just trying to help - honest!!:hug:

I was working on an advert the other day and had spent hours looking at it and refining it, just when I thought it was perfect my husband came over and spotted 3 really obvious spelling mistakes.:lol:

I think when you look at something for so long you just don't see the mistakes anymore - just like men really!!!!:green:
 

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Another one, what do you think......better ?

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I like that one. :)
 

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Pefect Lucy. Although I still prefer the black background. Stands out more.
 

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PS: The first "t" is missing from the word appointment.
 

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Like the ones with the rocks best. Perhaps put that on a black background if you can.

Secondly, I would write the word "Manicure" in full and not abbreviate it.

Other than that, I think you are almost there !!


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I like the second one, I love the name! I had a look at your revised card and I think its perfect but personally I really like the name nailicious it sounds - tempting! So revised card with that name and I think you got it sorted! Subject to personal opinion lol!
 

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I like the black background, but I like "Nailicious". :)
 

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Second one is my fave too very classy:)
 

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