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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will Form 2220 Extensions

Instructions and Help about Will Form 2220 Extensions

Hey besties, this is Chris. Today, I'm going to show you how to sculpt acrylic nails using a nail form. Now, this can be a tricky technique, but if done properly, it will become one of your favorites when it comes to styling nails. Let's get started! Music Okay, everybody, let's get started. So, the first thing you want to do is make sure that your client sanitizes their hands, and you as well sanitize your hands. Then, we're going to go in with a cuticle pusher and push back the cuticles. You want to make sure you get all the dead skin off the nail plate so that it prevents lifting. Next, I'm going to go in with my medium grit sanding bit and lightly buff the top of the nail plate just to remove the shine. Go ahead and dust off any excess dust from the nail. Now, if I was going to put a tip on this nail, I would wait until after I'd adhered the tip and then put on the bond and the primer. But since we're going to be doing a form in this video, I'm going to go ahead and apply it now. First, you're going to apply your bond and let that dry. Then, you're going to go ahead and go in with your primer. This will properly dehydrate your nail plate for proper adhesion. Now, I'm going to remove my form from the paper backing. It comes with a little sticker that will give strength to the back of this form. I'm going to roll it so we get that nice c-curve. When placing the form, I like to have my client angle her finger downwards so I can look directly at the front of the nail plate. Then, I'm going to line...