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Hi im studying at college and im at the assessment piint but im really struggling to get the best smile line with my acrylic can anyone help! !!
 

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Hi im studying at college and im at the assessment piint but im really struggling to get the best smile line with my acrylic can anyone help! !!
Hi, make sure your bead is not too wet otherwise it will run all over the place making your job even harder. Getting the correct consistency (ratio mix) is difficult, once you get this right the job of forming smile lines should be much easier.
Remember to pat your product rather than brush it.
A good quality brush and products will make it easier too.
Lastly PRACTICE, PRACTICE PRACTICE! You will eventually get the hang of it.

Good luck!
 

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Practicing is important. But only if your technique is perfect ...
Doing something wrong over and over will never make you better

Take a look at the articles and tutorials section. There are some great and very helpful pages there that will help you master you skills.

The link below is to Geegs smile line tutorial. It's easy to follow and will help you practice perfectly.
zone 1 application. Making it smile
 
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Thank you so :) bern practicing loads and slowly getting better :)


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You could try the reverse method which I think is a little easier x
 

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