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... the product too wet, allows the product to touch your skin at the cuticle line or fails to properly prepare the nails, you will experience lifting. I have done nails since 1979 and don't have a problem with lifting on any of my clients except the ones that have Thyroid problems. ... (6 replies)
... i've been using acrylic nails for a few months now and i had no problem. ... (0 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)

... molecules link so tightly together that they cannot be penetrated by removers. I much prefer acrylic because if one lightly files the surface, then immerses the nails into acetone, the acetone will penetrate the molecular weave and in about 15 minutes, all the acrylic can be safely sloughed from the nail surface. ... (5 replies)
Acrylic Allergy?
May 23, 2008
... I removed the acrylic myself using pure acetone soak and filing. Took about 4 hours and there's still some acrylic left on some of the nails. It appears that some of the nails have begun lifting from the nail bed. ... (2 replies)
Acrylic Nails
Mar 15, 2012
... t then the skin turned hard, then cracked and then started peeling, which became very painful. This only happened to my pinky fingers and ring fingers. Then my nails started lifting off the nail beds. I took them off, gave it a rest and then put them back on. ... (0 replies)
... lems at all. The ONLY clients I had problems with were those that had Thyroid problems, or those that were taking cancer drugs. Medication plays a BIG role in lifting problems depending on the type of health disorder the client has. ... (6 replies)
Lifting nail plate
Jan 31, 2008
... I just got my acrylic nails on about 6 weeks ago. I have noticed that under my acrylic the actual nail plates lift. Its not painful but I have a pocket of air between the nail plate and my skin. I recall this happening before. ... (1 replies)
... The tips do not lift from the natural nail - the natural nail gets dried out and curls away from the tips. Go to Sally Beauty Supply and get some Botanical OIl from the nail department. Apply this to your nails, and the underside of the nails, at least twice daily. It will keep the acrylic flexible and re-hydrate the natural nail as well as the cuticles. (6 replies)
... I have wanted to have artificial nails for a long time. I have had acrylics put on by 4 different techs. I have lifting within 1 week and need almost a complete set by the time I go in 2 weeks later for a fill. I don't pick or bite them. ... (6 replies)
... Go to my website and follow the instructions under 'product removal'. (link approved by Moderator 1) (4 replies)
... I had some acrylic nail extensions wth a UV gel top coat put on 6 days ago in a salon I hadn't visited before. ... (1 replies)
... As long as you have the thyroid problem, you will have lifting problems with any type of nail enhancement. ... (6 replies)
... You are probably applying too much downward pressure when you file the tips to blend them with the natural nail. That, or the nails are too long and you are having too much downward pressure from that. ... (1 replies)
... Yes, they do and I hava always advised against artificial nails for clients with Diabetes, Thyroid problems, high blood pressure, heart disease and a history of cancer. ... (1 replies)
... I just jammed my acrylic nail while trying to open a window. There was bleeding under the nail, but it stopped within a minute. Now my nail is just throbbing. ... (0 replies)
... Help if anyone out there knows if you take omega 3 oil for a long period of time will it affect yoiuir acrylic nails. I have a client that used to be able to go 3 weeks between fills and all of a sudden she can barly go 2 weeks before they start lifting on the sides. ... (3 replies)
... Marti, Thank you for your reply. I have been choosey about the tech I see since I have had so much trouble. My last one, in my opionion, was careful with all of the things that you mentioned. What got my attention in your reply was the mention of problems with clients with thyroid problems. I have hypothyroidism. Could you elaborate on what issues you have had with you... (6 replies)
... The salon I go to now gives me good sets almost every time and I can't recall being sore after a new set there. The only problem I still have is lifting where the artificial tip is glued to my nail. Then dirt gets trapped in there and to clean it, I make it lift more... neverending cycle. ... (6 replies)
Whose fault is it?
Dec 14, 2008
... I have been wearing acrylic nails for several years and I have never had a problem until now. ... (5 replies)

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