A substance added or applied to an adhesive/coating to promote, speed, or control the curing (hardening) process; different from catalysts in that accelerators take part in the chemical reaction.
Clients often view acrylic enhancements negatively, thinking they are harmful for the nails. Let’s educate the masses to the benefits of this tried-and-true technique.
If protecting your clients’ health is your top priority, then changing your UV bulbs regularly should rate equally high on your to-do list.
Thanks to the quick thinking of an Israeli veterinarian and a nail tech, one lucky turtle will live to see another day.
As educators, you know that continuing education helps to make you the best possible teacher for your students, and keeping your students informed of upcoming classes is important as well. To that end, master educator Sindy Mark has added a master e-file and advanced acrylic enhancement workshop to her school’s curriculum.
Let's go back to the basics on acrylics.
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Contradictions Fall 2015 Shellac/Vinylux Collection
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Geometric Trend Nail Art
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