December 19, 2010
Onychoschizia, or splitting nails, are a very common presentation in the salon. The split can occur horizontally or vertically, but usually occur near the free edge.
September 1, 2008
This eight-step system is useful for clients with weak, breaking and splitting nails and dry cuticles.
May 1, 2006
Splitting nails are common in your clients, but they shouldn’t be a major concern for you. You will still be able to give these clients regular services, and you can even help them recover from a temporary split using your skills with wraps or overlays.
December 1, 2001
Applying a thin acrylic overlay to a vertical split on the nail can help protect it from further damage, while still allowing the client to wear her nails natural
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The sticky, uncured layer that is left on the nails after some gel or odorless acrylic applications and has to be removed.
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