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I have recently started using this on myself ,in hopes that at some point I can use it on my clients . No lifting ,and my nails look gorgeous ,but building them , no matter the technique ,they seem to be very thick ,and if I do them according to the Harmony method ,they are way to thin ,no arch ,and the white shadows or buffs off. Maybe I just need to play a bit more ,but if any of you who use it have any tips or advice ,great ! Smile
(06-09-2014, 06:30 AM)lexibunny Wrote: [ -> ]I have recently started using this on myself ,in hopes that at some point I can use it on my clients . No lifting ,and my nails look gorgeous ,but building them , no matter the technique ,they seem to be very thick ,and if I do them according to the Harmony method ,they are way to thin ,no arch ,and the white shadows or buffs off. Maybe I just need to play a bit more ,but if any of you who use it have any tips or advice ,great ! Smile

I can't be of any help with experience to that exact gel, but I think your on the right track asking them for some help.

Sounds like you just need to play a bit more too until you get that happy medium. Is it a self leveling, semi self leveling or non self leveling your using to build?
Is the white a paint on?

Cindy ,it is a thick gel ,not quite self leveling by my observation ,and I am used to using a more medium self leveling gel. I have only used it a few times so far ,but it is taking me forever to get my nails to look right ,to my specs ,of course ,lol. It has a white builder , and also a paint on ,which has come in handy for the shadowing. I will just keep tinkering with it. I have taught myself all the way so far ,just sometimes you all have great tips that speed up thevlearning curve ! Smile