January 12, 2012
FingerNailFixer Holly Schippers uses Shellac to create her own nail art decals. You can use any brand of gel polish with this technique.
November 23, 2011
FingerNailFixer (Holly Schippers) receives lots of requests for foil application demos. Here is a video on how to add transfer foil or metallic leafing to your Shellac.
Holly Schippers (FingerNailFixer) shows you how to take your Shellac for a walk on the wild side with animal print in either leopard, jaguar, cheetah, zebra, or tiger!
June 16, 2011
Holly Schippers (FingerNailFixer) shows you several nail art designs combining the "rockstar" look with carving (or engraving) techniques.
April 29, 2011
When you work with liquid and powder, one of the key elements is mix ratio. Here Holly Schippers, our FingerNailFixer, some tips on figuring out how to check and perfect your mix ratio.
April 28, 2011
One of the most difficult things about gel is getting the hang of working with it, especially if you are used to doing liquid and powder. Holly Schippers offers this video with tips and an idea on how to get more accustomed to the workability of gel.
April 26, 2011
FingerNailFixer shows you how to perfect (and practice) your smile lines with acrylic.
April 13, 2011
Holly Schippers (or FingerNailFixer as she's also known) shows you how to do a Rockstar French look on the fingernails and a new technique for Rockstar fade toenails using CND's Shellac.
March 23, 2011
Holly Schippers went to America's Beauty Show in Chicago and snapped this video of the CND Fashion Fusion runway show. Listen to Jan Arnold talk about the new nail trends and
for your clients.
March 2, 2011
A video from Holly Schippers (AKA FingerNailFixer) to help nail professionals do quick natural nail repairs using Shellac and fiberglass.
January 5, 2011
Holly "FingerNailFixer" Schippers demonstrates how great cuticle work can eliminate lifting issues, give you smoother polish application, and make the nails just look and feel "clean".
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