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Kat's Claws

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OK! I got the acrylic powder & liquid, got square forms, but I'm having a hard time fitting the form securely underneath the free edge because my natural nail has no free edge right now.

Any tips on how to secure the form and laying the first layer would be welcome, also if you have tips & tricks on making it easier to sculpt the nails on my right hand, it would tone down my anxiety about sculpting my own nails with my left hand..... :eek: ;)

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I found Anna from Toronto's tutorial on how to sculpt bitten nails with gel....would you say the method of application is different with acrylic? Or could I just follow the tutorial as it is written and simply switch system?

Here is the link:


http://groups.msn.com/BeautyPro/shoebox.msnw
 

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Kat's Claws said:
I found Anna from Toronto's tutorial on how to sculpt bitten nails with gel....would you say the method of application is different with acrylic? Or could I just follow the tutorial as it is written and simply switch system?

Here is the link:


http://groups.msn.com/BeautyPro/shoebox.msnw
Hiya Kat,
Looks pretty much the same. Sam as a tutuorial on here for sculpting with L&P that should help too.
 

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hiya

you could try using the flawless pink to extend your nail bed, this looks good on very short nails as it covers any imperfections.
 
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