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A chemical reaction that produces heat, such as when two monomers or ogligomers are joined together.
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Creating the perfect set of acrylics could be considered an art, but the foundation behind it is found in the science. NAILS breaks down the chemistry behind liquid-and-powder in laymen's terms.
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The ideal bead should be smooth, round, and plump, and suspended lightly on the brush hairs.
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Elaine Watson — global education director and vice president of marketing for Star Nail — shares some of her favorite technical tips.
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If your clients experience a burning sensation during a nail service, chances are you’re preparing the nail improperly or applying the product incorrectly.
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