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After soaking off old acrylic, can a client, at the same visit, get tips and overlays?

Is it safe for me to wear acrylics if I do a lot of pedicures and my hands are constantly in dirty water?

Are there any medications that affect how well acrylic nail extensions adhere to the nail?

How do I keep acrylic nails from popping off my client with sweaty hands?

How do I backfill the white tip with silk wraps?

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?

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