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What’s a suitable temperature for acrylic to cure and why?

What is the proper way to smooth callused heels?

Should the base coat, polish, and top coat all be the same brand to be chemically compatible for better adhesion?

What should I look for when buying an electric file?

I read somewhere that Vicks Vapor Rub is a good treatment for toenail fungus. Is that true?

Where can I find a round metal disc that is used to create perfect smile lines?

When using tack-free sealer over acrylics or gels, what causes the noticeable bumps and bubbles?

What’s the difference between a “competition nail” and a “client nail”?

How can I stop lifting around the cuticle area?

Is it true that it’s common for cross country runners to lose their toenails?

Are there any special considerations when performing a pedicures on a client with Parkinsons?

Should I guarantee my work for nail biters?

Is it common for cross country runners to lose their toenails?

How do I reassure my clients that my electric filing is safe?

Do you have a cheat sheet for the specific use of each drill bits?

Why does my precut self-adhesive silk curl away from the nail plate after I apply glue to the entire nail?

Why does gel turn yellow on some people (and not on others) in the summer?

Why don't we have to shake up the bottles of base coat or top coat as we do the polish?

What should I tell my clients who want to let their cuticles grow up over their nails?

How do I handle using a UV gel with a client’s natural nails and polish?

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