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... from the surface you touch to your nail. When the technician applies the product, the fungus spore or the bacterium becomes trapped between the nail plate and the overlay. ... (13 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 24, 2004
... follow the instructions on the page for filing your nails to prepare for a rebalance procedure. Then, go to your local beauty supply and get a little bottle of GEL RESIN and a can of SPRAY ACTIVATOR to cure the resin. ... (12 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 22, 2004
... Are you SURE you are wearing gel nails? ... (12 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)
... 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)
Gel nails removal
Sep 28, 2004
... Thank you Marti. (12 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 24, 2004
... has attended a course on how to properly use a drill, and only uses it to clean out the smileline to replace the white, then it doesn't touch the portion of your nail that lies on the nail bed, so you won't feel the 'burn'. ... (12 replies)
... When this happens, it is usually due to one of hte 'rails' upon which the nail plate rides forward becoming enlarged. ... (1 replies)
... Not everyone has a nail plate that is white as it becomes free edge. Some are white with clear spots, and some are mostly clear. ... (1 replies)
... d on the nail plate. The nail plate will become thinner in that portion of the nail plate because the matrix does not produce enough nail plate cells on that portion to allow the nail to remain its usual thickness. ... (4 replies)




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