How to Avoid the Annoying Back Ledge in Enhancements

When you do enhancements, do you ever have clients come back in with the dreaded back ledge? That annoying place at the back of the enhancement where it jumps off a little bit and you can catch your nail on the back of it? The client generally catches hair and other things on it. Sometimes it leads to lifting, sometimes it doesn’t. What if I told you that I created a tutorial for you on how to get rid of it that will take less than four minutes to watch?  The key is in the brush angle and the brush position. The video shows it using liquid and powder on a tip so that I can show you a few different angles. If you need to see it on a person or using gel please leave me notes in the comments!

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