Natural Nail Repair Video Using Fiberglass

by Holly Schippers | March 2, 2011

Natural nail techs are on the rise as is their income with all the great nail options out there these days.  One of the things I find that some natural nail techs struggle with are nail repairs. How do you fix a crack or split if you don’t offer an enhancement of any sort? Recently a fan on Facebook suggested fiberglass as a repair option. I have been using it with much success actually incorporated into my Shellac service. I know there are other options out there, so whatever you use give it a try. This seemed easiest to explain in a video as the photo step-by-steps left some questions. I have used Backscratcher’s self-adhesive pre-cut fiberglass, Shellac base coat, 1 coat of Iced Cappuccino, 1 coat of Romantique, 2 coats of Shellac top coat, and a Kanga file.



I hope this helps give you some options in your servicing, let me know how it works for you!


— Holly

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