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What are your favorite literary resources when it comes to working on nails?

How do I keep clients' nails from lifting?

Should I apply a new coat of acrylic to a weekly acrylic client's nails?

How do I get a client to stop biting her nails?

During a fill, how do I make my pink-and-whites thin?

Is it true that some callus buildup can be caused by a fungus?

Can I put gel nails over a set of acrylics? Do I need to remove the acrylic first?

What causes air bubbles in my clients’ nails?

What’s the different between EZ Flow’s High-Definition Color Polymers and Monomer versus the Q Monomer?

What causes the tips to crack but the gel overlay to remain intact?

What kinds of things should I look for in an acrylic brush?

What will help with dry cracked skin around the sides of the nail?

What’s the difference between polish removers that contain acetone and those that don’t?

Isn’t it a rule not to work with inflammation or raised red skin? How do I work on an ingrown nail?

I know you can you use primer with liquid-and-powder systems, but what about with UV gels?

I just purchased No Lift Nails primer. The instructions say to “use sparingly.” How much should be used per nail?

Is there any way to file gels off more quickly?

What do I do for a client who has a chronic ingrown toenail, even though I always file it straight across?

What can you do for peeling feet (almost like sunburn), and what causes this to happen?

Should clients soak off their nail enhancements every so often to "give their nails a break"?


In the medical and scientific world it’s known as pseudomonas. In the salon, it’s more commonly referred to as “greenies.
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