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SthrnComfort

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Does anyone know where I can find a tutorial of these nails that are actually being done on a real person? Would be much appreciated.
Thanks :)
 

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Use the search button there was a thread on this a whilr back x

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Hey it looks fab!! Only had a quick
Glance still don't know how to do!! Lol
 

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Ive never seen these before, they are different!
 

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Brilliant I know what I'll be doing tomorrow :)
 

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Been looking through most of the tutorial videos on youtube for these nails and I just want to ask one thing if anyone knows...

...With the amount of space that you have to fill with glitter/beads and the liquid etc depends on how much you cut off the tips yeah, and to get a decent amount of space they have to be quite long and obviously it's not practical to wear these every day when they are this length...so is there anyway you can still have a decent space and not have them SO long?

I seen one video with the aqua nails being a reasonable length and still had a good bit of filling space, but they were glue on nails =/


Stacey x
 

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Could you use distilled water or would that evaporate?
 

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