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Reverse French
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When doing a reverse french ,should u always use cover pink ,or can you use a sheer ? I have used a sheer to do mine ,but afraid to try on clients...I am not crazy about how the cover pink looks at the cuticle area when it grows out. No lifting ,just the color variation bugs me...any tips ,or advice ? Smile
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From what I've seen, most techs use the cover pink to either hide flaws or to extend the nail bed. Have you tried mixing cover powders to get a shade that matches the client's own? Maybe mix a cover pink and cover peach together to get a shade that looks more natural as is grows out. Just a thought.....

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