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How do I apply gel polish without it pooling to the center of the nail and leaving the outside perimeter bare?

What technique is the best for a manicure and do you use different techniques for different problem nails?

How can I get an arch on a flat nail?

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?

Can you explain the difference between a regular gel and a builder gel?

Why are my gels still dull after filing and buffing? What can I do to change this?

Is it true that filing nails in a back-and-forth motion will cause the nails to break or become weaker?

Why are my gels still dull after filing and buffing?

How do I keep the white acrylic from blending in with the pink?

How do I speed up my services?

I am having a continuous problem with my clients’ nails lifting around the cuticle.

Is there anything I can do for my client who is allergic to acrylics?

How can I increase adhesion on a hardly filed nail?

Is it OK to put tea tree oil in the soak to soften dry cuticles?

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?

Is it OK to file a callus all the way down, or should I leave some?

Why is my top coat wrinkling on toenails?

Why is an air pocket appearing in the middle of my clients' acrylic nails?

Why do tiny “hairs” of lint show up only after the gel has been cured? How do you fix this?

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