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First French Manicure
#1
Here's my first French manicure with a few tiny hearts as requested by the student getting her nails done. There is a holographic polish over the white that is glaring with the light and making it look a little wonky, lol.

I've been in nail tech school for a couple weeks now. I went in to it just knowing how to apply nail polish and a little bit about nail art.

I'm real excited to improve my skill and to work with gels and acrylics.

[Image: tumblr_mb14whmyKZ1r737hro1_500.jpg]
Full image here
http://astralsplendors.tumblr.com/image/32417761325
http://astralsplendors.tumblr.com/post/3...nt-at-nail

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#2
Congrats on working toward your license, it's an exciting and fun industry. Very nice job on the french mani! Smile
Darcy
Light Elegance Educator
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#3
Looking good! Keep up the practice!
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#4
I have a brush like this
Link:
http://www.amazon.com/Osaka-French-Dotti...ench+brush

I use it to clean up the smile lines on french mani it almost does all the work for me. I also use it to clean up stray polish its my best friend in the whole world. Makes my life so much easier.
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#5
Thanks, I'll get it! Other people were suggesting I get it too. Smile
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