Quantcast

What have I done wrong?

SalonGeek

Help Support SalonGeek:

Status
Not open for further replies.

Debs

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 28, 2003
Messages
1,621
Reaction score
36
Location
Essex
I have done sculpted Twilight and pink on 1 hand.
After a couple of days I chipped the pinky. As I was filing it down it felt really soft. Now looking at the others they all feel softer than anything I`ve ever noticed, does anyone know why this has happened?
 

Little Angel

Well-Known Member
Premium Geek
Joined
Jul 28, 2003
Messages
3,197
Reaction score
136
Location
Lincolnshire, England
hiya

i have come accross this myself and i put it down to the product not being cured enough or the wrong consistancy.
 

Glorsclaws

Photographic Geek
Joined
Jan 12, 2003
Messages
4,299
Reaction score
243
Location
Wolverhampton, W. Mids.
OOOOhhhhh noooooo!!!
I did a set of these on Monday (sculpted also).
Would be interested to see if anyone else knows why this could have happened just incase I need to have an expanation ready when she comes back next time!
 

The Geek

Grand Master Geek
Staff member
Administrator
Premium Geek
Joined
Jan 9, 2003
Messages
13,264
Reaction score
666
Location
Leeds, UK
Sounds like you ended up working far too wet. This is a little easier to do with Twilight and Glimmer as the glittery bits do not absorb the monomer in the same way the standard polymer will.

And/Or you got them in some serious solvent ;)
 

Debs

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 28, 2003
Messages
1,621
Reaction score
36
Location
Essex
Very good Samuel, DOH!!!!!!!
Could that happen then? If we got our nails in the way of the activator or something, could it make our enhancements a bit soft?
I do work too wet anyway so maybe its that, I was so impressed with them too.
 
Status
Not open for further replies.

Latest posts

Top