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... weeks. All was good until I had this severe reaction. I went to a new salon that had just opened in my area and explained my problem. They recommended that I switch to "Silk Wrap" which was more "natural". Problem solved! ... (15 replies)
... I wore acrylic nails for years. ... (8 replies)
... Severe allergic reaction can result in your natural nail plate permanently separating from the nail bed. I highly suggest you have the wrap soaked off and opt for natural nail care. ... (15 replies)

... I've had acrylic nails since November. ... (5 replies)
... se it is such an informative site. I have been searching the web to find out why I have been having so much trouble with itchy, swollen cuticles after getting an acrylic fill. From 1997 until 2005, I had acrylic nails. I developed a fungal infection in '05 and had to remove them. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks so much for your reply...I feel somewhat cheated realizing that I had a cruddy nail/fill-in! I think I'll stick to manicures from now on! (5 replies)
... Allergic reaction happens after repeated and prolonged skin contact to an allergen, and in your case, it is acrylates. ... (15 replies)
... Maybe you will be luckier than I am - and it will work for you. I have to say though - I love my acrylic nails, there's hardly any upkeep to them - just a fill in every two-three weeks. I gave up on mine ugly nails - and now I've got the nails I've always wanted - hey they are my nails underneath - so they're partly mine! :) Let me know if the stuff you are using does... (17 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)
Gel nails removal
Sep 24, 2004
... Nail drills spin in excess of 30,000 RPM's. They can cause a friction burn if not used correctly. Because of the direction in which the bit spins, they will throw minute particles of nail dust into your breathing zone. ... (12 replies)
... it is overfiling by the nail technician when she performs your fill services. ... (4 replies)
... 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 normally wear acrylic nails which has made my nails pretty thin. ... (3 replies)
... I have wanted to have artificial nails for a long time. I have had acrylics put on by 4 different techs. ... (6 replies)
... I had been getting acrylic nails but I developed an allergy -- itching and flaky skin that lasted 2-3 days every time I had a fill-in. The last time I had a fill-in, my thumb became infected. My md gave me keflex and about 5 days later, it began to drain from under the nail. I noticed that the nail was completely separated from the bed and I cut it off so it wouldn't pull... (0 replies)
... i have had acrylic nails for years. for the past several months i have had a problem with my finger tips cracking and peeling. ... (0 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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