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Pink & White Infills/Rebalancing???

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Can anyone help?

At college we were shown how to do pink and whites using acrylic. I just love doing these. I've not picked up my gels since and have been practicing on my nail trainer. The only thing is we were not shown how to rebalance. :(

I've found some great information on p&w rebalancing at tammytaylornails.com. However this is with the use of a drill. I don't own a drill and don't plan to get one at the moment.

Is it possible to do p&w rebalancing and in-fills with out an electric drill?

My next course doesn't start for another four weeks and I'm impatient to get practicing before then.

Does anyone have any good tips?

Kind regards,

Karen

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Go to the Designer Nails web site. Click on NVQ. Click on Element 4.
Click on Rebalance techniques. This will give you all you need to know about rebalancing.

Yes it is perfectly possible to do a French rebalance without the use of a drill.

All the underpinning knowledge to complete your NVQ is available on ;line at designernails.com
 

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Click here-> www.designernails.com if youre too lazy to type it in :)

You can also try clicking Tutorials and then rebalancing... There is a 3 apge pictorial on doing rebalances.
 

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Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

I'm super happy now!!!

K :D
 
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