Can not be filed when new growth appears, can't be buffed back to a shine
Not flexible, shiny and does not hold onto natural nail
Difficult to remove
Can be a skin irritant if comes into contact with skin
Start with the thumb, middle finger then little finger then balance of fingers
Start with little finger, then ring, middle, index and finally the thumb
Start with thumb, index finger, middle finger, the ring finger then the little finger
Push back cuticle to expose natural nail, remove soft tissue with soft or medium file then wipe nail with nail prep or acetone.
Cut away cuticle, file and buff nail and apply varnish to nail
Cut well out of selected tips to ensure maximum chemical bonding, click tip to free edge of nail plate and use runny adhesive
Cut end with one-cut clippers, file and blend into nail bed, buff with soft file over entire tip then wipe with lint free wipe soaked in acetone
Apply bonder-type gel by rubbing in a thin coat, leave to dry up to 3 minutes, apply second coat and cure for two minutes, product will self level.
Check nail and file if necessary, apply finishing gel and finally apply varnish or oil and allow to dry
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