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Glorsclaws

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Hi Geek,
Hope your memory is up to scratch for this one :rolleyes:
At Gmex you tipped and overlayed one of my nails,
I asked you if I were a good candidate for sculpting and you said I was 'borderline' .... didnt think to ask you why at the time :o
Well as Ive been trying to master tips (and getting pretty fed-up) I decided to go back to sculpting but, your words keep coming back to me!
Guess what I'm asking is .... Is there any reason not to sculpt on anyone other than a nail biter.
 

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To be honest, I don't recall why I gave you such a complex ;)

Aside from Nail Biters (which I don't sculpt on due to skin exposure), the nails that give a problem are those with funked c-curves as the form needs to fit snug under the free edge.
From what I recall, I did sculpt your nail and it seemed to do ok?
 

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The Nail Geek said:
From what I recall, I did sculpt your nail and it seemed to do ok?
Noooo Sam, You def tipped!
Perhaps it was because I told you I was fresh off my Foundation and wanted to watch the Pro's do it. ........maybe I have a funked up c-curve (its high) :eek:
 
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