Anything about manicures, pedicures, acrylics, gel nails,education or becoming an educator. I own a salon, so I can help with that also.
I am the director of education for a manufacturer, I own a salon and I have been a licensed nail technician since 1987.
American Pedicure Association
Nails Magazine and Nailpro Magazine.
Attended Ogle School of Hair Design in 1987.
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Katie You are absolutely right! No gel products should ever, I repeat, ever touch the clients skin. It can, over time, cause you to become allergic to acrylates and can cause contact dermatitis! Time
Hi Michelle I totally agree with the thought that it is dye from clothing! Black slacks and dark jeans tend to be the culprit. But if you did acrylics instead and they used a UV gel topcoat (OPI Axxium
Hi Gail It sounds like the tips may not have been sized correctly, thus leaving your natural nails wider than the enhancement itself. You could go back and ask them to fix it with a file. I'm hoping that
Hi Laura Sounds like you have an acrylate allergy. The products that contain this are all acrylics, glues, resins, gel polishes and most gel enhancement products. The exception is a product called Tuff
Hi Candice That is a great question and one that I haven't seen addressed on this forum before. The problem is the topcoat. You'll need your tech to use a product that is not tack-free. In other words
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