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deby

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just startin to master the art of sculpt im okay when the client has a good free edge but what about when they have realy bad bitten nails i cant seem to keep the form in place it moves around .
Example : had a client to day, she had very short bitten nails they were quite wide and the tip of her fingers were quite swollen on some fingers , but i had a go at a few they looked hideous so i took them off and tipped them instead.
So my question is how would i have got round this one as when i had done them there was no profile to the shape and from the side you could see they were realy short.
 

lotus blossom

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i hold mine in place until product is set, and also if the client has a bulbous end to their finger due to biting ,
as i hold the form ,i pull down to squash the excess skin down and out of the way
hth
 

sparklybits

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just startin to master the art of sculpt im okay when the client has a good free edge but what about when they have realy bad bitten nails i cant seem to keep the form in place it moves around .
Example : had a client to day, she had very short bitten nails they were quite wide and the tip of her fingers were quite swollen on some fingers , but i had a go at a few they looked hideous so i took them off and tipped them instead.
So my question is how would i have got round this one as when i had done them there was no profile to the shape and from the side you could see they were realy short.
Hi Hun

I find doing the revers application with frosted pink to create a nail bed all ways works for me.

It is then easy to place the form. Have a look at revers application on :: Distinctive Nail Products :: Young Nails .co.uk :: The Nail Professional's Partner ::.
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i hold mine in place until product is set, and also if the client has a bulbous end to their finger due to biting ,
as i hold the form ,i pull down to squash the excess skin down and out of the way
hth
That's l&p I suppose?
Is there a way to do this with gel?
 

lotus blossom

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That's l&p I suppose?
Is there a way to do this with gel?
yes i spose you can if you hold the form in the lamp until cured??
 

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