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Hi,
a few days ago I damaged my thumb and little finger, this resulted in my natural nails being shorter than the other thumb and little finger (get me so far?)
What I have done is to use the flawless pink to sculpt very thinly extra length to my natural nail, then have sculpted white onto the end of that, as if it were my normal free edge, then zone 2 and 3 in perfect pink. It isnt thick and looks excelent, but my question is, will they be as strong as the other 8?
 

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hmmm. Since there is less of an 'anchorage' point (i.e. the zone 1 and 2) then they may not be as resistant to impact... Its the same concept as having an excessively long Zone 1 (less impact is needed to crack the enhancement) but I would think it should be fine.
I would have suggested tipping though to ensure that there was no risk of skin exposure (not sure if there was a risk or not though).
Sounds like you did a great job :D

Hope this helps
 
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