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Torn between 2 systems....Help!
#1
Hi all

I have decided to go back to CND now that I'm starting up the business again.

However, I have been looking at my old pics and miss my stilettos (can't have just now due to my baby) and I was admiring the colours I used on my 3D Acrylic Design course. These were EzFlow collections.

Anyways, I am now torn in what to advance on, CND or EzFlow. I have a conversion in l&p with CND so it means I would have to do the conversion with EzFlow and then all the other courses that are needed to get to Master level plus all the products.

Oh I don't know what to do Sad

Can anyone help or give advice Please?

Thanks
Angela
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#2
Actually, I use CND acrylics AND EZFlow acrylics. I use CND for natural, clear and Pink and Whites, I use EZFlow glitters for rockstar nails, 3D accents. Heck, I use Young Nails for Neons too... Use what you are comfortable with, if you're comfortable with more than one product, have them both available.
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#3
Just try not to mix your liquids from one system with powders from another system. But if, for example, you want to do a pink and white nail with your CND, then add some 3D designs with EZFlow, I don't think there would be a problem with that. Someone with more chemistry knowledge feel free to correct me if I'm wrong!
Elyse in WA
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#4
(03-22-2012, 02:45 AM)nailartist Wrote: Just try not to mix your liquids from one system with powders from another system. But if, for example, you want to do a pink and white nail with your CND, then add some 3D designs with EZFlow, I don't think there would be a problem with that. Someone with more chemistry knowledge feel free to correct me if I'm wrong!


You are not wrong. You can do a thin bass of EZflow in neon, lets say, Then cap it in CND clear. But like She said dont mix the L&P

Heck I have watched Gel and L&P used on the nail!


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#5
Thanks for the replys.

I would never mix the systems as I know this from the courses.

I just love both systems and can't decide who to go up to masters with (thats where I want to get to).

I think I may just do what I've always done. Use CND for P&W and use EzFlow for colour designs and 3d nail art.

Thanks Smile
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