Natural Nail Repair Video Using Fiberglass

Natural nail techs are on the rise as is their income with all the great nail options out there these days.  One of the things I find that some natural nail techs struggle with are nail repairs. How do you fix a crack or split if you don’t offer an enhancement of any sort? Recently a fan on Facebook suggested fiberglass as a repair option. I have been using it with much success actually incorporated into my Shellac service. I know there are other options out there, so whatever you use give it a try. This seemed easiest to explain in a video as the photo step-by-steps left some questions. I have used Backscratcher’s self-adhesive pre-cut fiberglass, Shellac base coat, 1 coat of Iced Cappuccino, 1 coat of Romantique, 2 coats of Shellac top coat, and a Kanga file.



I hope this helps give you some options in your servicing, let me know how it works for you!


— Holly

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