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Backscratchers Fiberglass Nails & Silk Wrap Nails Tutorial

A tutorial on using Backscratchers' Glass Glaze Fiberglass and Silk Wrap System.

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FingerNailFixer Repair with Fiberglass in Shellac

A video from Holly Schippers (AKA FingerNailFixer) to help nail professionals do quick natural nail repairs using Shellac and fiberglass.

The Queen of Wrap

Madelyn Johnson has been a licensed nail tech for 22 years, presently servicing clients at New Again Nail Spa & Boutique in Houston. Johnson’s early clientele had a fondness for wraps, leading her to become a skilled wrap expert, even earning a placement in the 2005 Nailympics in Las Vegas in the category. She is also an educator for Star Nail. Here she shares one of her most common fiberglass wrap procedures over a tip.

Backscratchers Wrap System

Backscratchers’ Fiberglass & Silk Wrap System makes it easy to offer a signature wrap service in your salon. This premium service helps you stand out by offering clients a feminine, natural-looking enhancement that reinforces the nail.

Light Elegance Fiber Gel

Light Elegance has re-released an old favorite, Fiber Gel. Fiber Gel is a UV-cured gel that contains fiberglass mixed into the gel. The fiber is strong and can be used on fills and full-sets, and it is a self-leveling product. When cured, the fiberglass becomes locked together to form a blanket of strength.

Wrap Chat

Wraps are thin pieces of material (usually silk or fiberglass) that are adhered to nails to help increase their strength and durability. Wraps make great supports for thin or very weak nails, and they can quickly make a difference on clients concerned about breaking or chipping their fragile nails.

Fiberglass Innovator Backscratchers Celebrates 25 Years

The innovative use of fiberglass in the nail industry was launched by Backscratchers Inc. in 1984.

Fiberglass Glazed Glass wraps

Backscratchers’ Fiberglass Glazed Glass wraps are thin, strong, flexible, and beautiful even without polish.

All Wrapped Up

Can’t wrap your mind around doing wraps? Follow along for information on performing the classic service as an enhancement or a repair.

A Wrap in Time: History of the Nail Wrap

Whether linen, paper, silk, or fiberglass, chances are you’ve seen or done a wrap before. But have you ever thought about its humble beginnings? We decided to take a trip back in time to track the origins of wraps and see how far they’ve come.