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... file the natural nail with a heavy grit file or a drill. My first question for you is hoe did you remove the nails? ... (1 replies)
... inch of gel chips off on each side of my fingernail. What remains pretty much mirrors the curved shape of the end of my nail. ... (2 replies)
... I have gel nails and I use polish remover, and it works. ... (2 replies)

... e files and implements on every client witout properly cleanign and sanitizing them between clients, or if the technician or the client touches anything to their nails after they have been prepped for application. ... (13 replies)
... For about 3 months I have been having gel nails and recently I noticed some of my nails starts to look a bit dodgy. The nail looks a bit cloudy and discoloured Its not on all the nails, but most. ... (13 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 23, 2004
... No, it is not "normal" to have air bubbles! That is just an excuse! Air bubbles are caused by improper application methods, or from whipping air into the gel when it is stirred. ... (12 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 23, 2004
... Yes, the gel was applied like nail polish and cured under a UV light. ... (12 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 22, 2004
... Are you SURE you are wearing gel nails? ... (12 replies)
... Because of its molecular structure, gel cannot be safely soaked off the nail plate, but will need to be filed away. ... (1 replies)
Gel nails removal
Oct 27, 2007
... If the kit that you bought says on the label o rin the instructions that it can be soaked off the nail, you can soak it off with pure acetone which you can get at your local Sally Beauty Supply. ... (1 replies)
Gel nails removal
Oct 27, 2007
... I just bourght a gel nail kit. I here that to remove the gel, I should use a file. But is it possible to buy some sort of liquid gel remover, to get it off? ... (1 replies)
... r whenever using any type of household cleaning solution. After hand washing, apply a drop of either alcohol or tea tree oil into the area of separation to help remove the excess moisture from the water ad to act as an 'antisceptic' for bacteria. ... (13 replies)
... free wipe such as a paper towel. File and shape the free edge and clean underneath the free edge. Push back the cuticles and clip off any skin that is sticking up and waving at you. ... (13 replies)
... Thanks for the 'blurb'! The easiest way to remove "glue" from the nail is to lightly file the surface with a 240 grit buffer, then soak off the glue in acetone. ... (2 replies)
... I believe you will need to file the glue lightly between soaking sessions in either acetone or one of the kits to remove acrylic nails. ... (2 replies)
... If you are making your nail sred and sore, you are filing too much and filing off your natural nail plate layers. ... (5 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 22, 2004
... The tips are only applied as the foundation for the gel overlay. FIling off the gel to leave only the tips will result in the tips breaking off almost immediately. ... (12 replies)
... Cut the nail as short as possible to remove as much of the split on the free edge as possible. Vertical splits are harder to correct than horizontal splits. ... (2 replies)
... ear or more. After you eventually develop an allergic reaction to gel, you will not be able to wear any type of enhancement. My suggestion to you is to use the gel very thin and allow your natural nails to grow out, then stop the applications all together. ... (15 replies)
I need help
Aug 26, 2005
... en you "peel" or mechanically force the product from the nail plate, it will pull up good tight layers of your nail plate with it. When the nail tech preps your nails for application, she emoves the surface shine, dehydrates the nail plate, then applies primer. ... (2 replies)


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