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Hiya,
I have just spend the entire evening :confused: attempting to sculpt some L&p nails on my left hand [well my right will have to wait :o ]
They dont look to bad for a first go.
But i think i could do with some tips to speed up my application time :?:
 

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Speed come after perfection ..............
So take your time, after about 100 sets you will fly through them........
Speed is secondary to perfection, so as long as it's not a race, don't worry......
If you want any tips on sculpting check out the tutorials...............
And yes the right hand is a bugger lol................
But I am sure you will be fine babe xxxxxxxx
 

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lesley1965 said:
Hiya,
I have just spend the entire evening :confused: attempting to sculpt some L&p nails on my left hand [well my right will have to wait :o ]
They dont look to bad for a first go.
But i think i could do with some tips to speed up my application time :?:
As ruth says the speed will come just keep practising and it always takes me longer to do my own than it does to do my clients
How about letting us see some pics lesley
 

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crazy'n'creative said:
As ruth says the speed will come just keep practising and it always takes me longer to do my own than it does to do my clients
How about letting us see some pics lesley
Never mind the pics Lol
How about letting me see some tips ?
 

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lesley1965 said:
Never mind the pics Lol
How about letting me see some tips ?
Hi Lesley

I found it easier when I used a finger rest. :idea:

HTH's
 
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