I am having a continuous problem with my clients’ nails lifting around the cuticle.
How can I increase adhesion on a hardly filed nail?
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?
How can you keep lines from showing once you do a fill?
Can you offer any advice on how to keep my pink-and-white sculpts from turning out too thick?
What is the recommended usage of cuticle oil?
If a client no longer wants her sculpted acrylic nails, is it better to let them grow out and file them down or to remove them?
What is a time-efficient one-ball method acrylic?
Is wearing artificial nails safe?
When you sculpt with gels, how do you get a C-curve?
When you use colored acrylics to create nail art, do you file the acrylic smooth? Can you use any liquid with colored powders?
What causes the natural nail to separate from the acrylic at the free edge?
When applying small wet beads of acrylic in the cuticle area, wouldn’t this make your ratio off and cause lifting?
I have found that sunblock can aggravate lifting. Is there any scientific reason for this?
What’s the best way to deal with fill lines?
How do you keep sculptured acrylic nails looking clean and neat under the free edge?
Could chlorine in a swimming pool cause my client's acrylics to lift?
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