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Gel nails removal
Sep 22, 2004
... Are you SURE you are wearing gel nails? ... (12 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 24, 2004
... It is absolutely ridiculous for a technician to tell a customer that having nails applied is supposed to be painful!!!! ... (12 replies)

Gel nails removal
Sep 23, 2004
... First of all, I need to say english is not my mother language and it's hard for me to explain as I want to. ... (12 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 28, 2004
... Thank you Marti. (12 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 22, 2004
... I maintain the nails very two weeks. ... (12 replies)
Gel nails removal
Sep 19, 2006
... I've read marty's website right after applying gel uv over my natural nails, and it was used a drill all over my nail and at the uv light my nails burnt SOOOO MUCH!! ... (12 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 have wanted to have artificial nails for a long time. I have had acrylics put on by 4 different techs. ... (6 replies)
... ching, burning, etc might take as long as a week for the symptoms to subside. There really is nothing that will make the symptoms dissappear except for complete removal of the product. If the nails are left on, the natural nail might even separate from the nail bed. ... (15 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. You can find the directions for 'Product Removal' on my website: www.hooked-on-nails.com (link approved by Moderator 1). (2 replies)




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