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collette

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Hi lol

I've been doing overlays for a few years now, tried the sculpting but not to pleased with the outcome, so what to do next, your advice guy's would be most appreciated

I've been using NSI, can't fault it so do i go on the NSI sculpting course
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Do i choose another like Creative so that i can use and offer more products?

When we were taught how to do the overlays we were also shown, gel, sculpting not in detail, it looked as though it was just practicing to obtain the 'perfect' shape but then i find i'm asking questions along the lines of, nail bitters ummm, and so on.

your advice 8) as always would be most appreciated
Collette
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If you are wanting to learn to sculpt then just make sure you go on a course where you know the trainer is GOOD.

If you are 100% happy with your product then there is no NEED to change but then I always think that you don´t always know if there is something bettter until you try it!! A course would be the ideal opportunity to try and see if the grass really is greener!!
 
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