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Keiley

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Hi everyone

I am very new to this site and have to admit and totally addicted - i think its ab fab.

I recently qualified in Creative l&P, and am interested in using some glitters but really don't know what to do, ie, should i purchase ezflow and have a go with that or do I try nail graphix - any help would be really helpful.

I am also interested in the nail art side of things, and am not sure whether to try and go on a course or just pick things up as i go.

If anyone can point me in the right direction that would be great.

Cheers

Keiley
 

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Have you rang creative to see if they do a class for glitter?

I have got the EzFlow glitter and they are gorgeous.

I put on a clear tip and put a small amount of glitter as a french style, got to be quite a thin layer tho! then clear over the top, file n buff to shape, I didnt learn the techniqe from a class so im still learning the technique, but will do more courses with EzFlow in the future.they are fab to train with
ring Gratons.
Carrie xx
 

izzidoll

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Creative have the Metro range of Holographic powders, which includes Silver(City of Light), Gold(Golden City), Copper(City of Angels) and a brown(Mel;ting Pot), white (City of Peace) and black(Sin City). All lovely and glittery. They can be bought in the Metro Kit which has a 2/4 oz Retention+ with it..... or seperately City of Peace the glittery white, is my favourite and one I use most often.

You could also check out Nail Graphix, which you top up with the powder of your choice, ie your CND perfect clear or pink......
 

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Ezflow's range of coloured glitters is fab and they are lovely to work with, but as you have done your training with Creative I think I would stick with them. I understand that Nail Graphix can be added to any brand . . . hth x
 

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personally i would get some nail graphix and have a go with those first...they come in made to measure pots and you just top them up with your powder and off you go...have fun x
 

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