Some of my clients complain that their acrylic lifts too quickly from on top. How can I avoid this?
How do I know how thick to apply acrylic?
What causes air bubbles in my clients’ nails?
Should clients soak off their nail enhancements every so often to "give their nails a break"?
How can I get a perfect French acrylic white tip?
What’s a suitable temperature for acrylic to cure and why?
How can I stop lifting around the cuticle area?
How do you complete a backfill when hand filing?
What causes my acrylic to sometimes appear cloudy and/or have white spots in it?
Would aggressive nail buffing cause lifting?
Why do my acrylic nails turn yellow by the time my clients come back for their fill?
How do I glide the pink over the white without ruining the white?
How do I keep the white acrylic from blending in with the pink?
I am having a continuous problem with my clients’ nails lifting around the cuticle.
Can you apply acrylic on the underside of the nail to prevent the product from lifting at the free edge as the nail grows out?
Why is an air pocket appearing in the middle of my clients' acrylic nails?
Can you offer any advice on how to keep my pink-and-white sculpts from turning out too thick?
What is a time-efficient one-ball method acrylic?
What causes the natural nail to separate from the acrylic at the free edge?
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