Is it true that most white gels do not cure all the way?
I have a new client coming in and he told us he has athlete's foot. How should I deal with this? Can I work on his feet?
Reader to Reader: Where do you turn when you have a technical question about nails?
A client wearing acrylics wants to come in weekly. Should another coat of acrylic be added or is there another procedure to follow?
I have tried different products with no noticeable improvements [in lifting or popping]. Am I clipping too much?
Why do tiny white spots appear on my finished acrylics?
If oil causes acrylic nails to lift, then why are we urged to use it and to tell clients to use cuticle oil?
My client has constant lifting problems. Is she doomed to lifting, or am I doing something wrong?
When someone comes to me for an acrylic fill and I wasn’t the one who put on the previous set, does it matter what product I use?
What causes sculpting liquid to turn yellow? What causes artificial nails to turn yellow?
Is it true that when you remove calluses with a razor, they come back harder?
Can you use any primer with any acrylic?
What causes the burning sensation when gels are curing?
Could chlorine in the water make my client's acrylics lift?
What methods and type of equipment do I need for paraffin treatments?
Why do my clients' acrylic nails look discolored?
Should I apply more than one coat of primer before applying gels?
How do I correctly apply tips? I am either getting bubbles or the tips pop off.
How do you get a client to stop picking the acrylic at the cuticle?
How can I place the acrylic so that the wide tips will look right?
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