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Good acrylic comparable to Young Nails?
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I am looking for a good acrylic and am at a loss. I have used Young Nails and like it a lot after they sent me a sample but it is very hard for me to get my hands on since I live in Vancouver, BC.

I have a lot of EZ Flow and love their colors, but as I do gel nails WAY more than I do acrylics (and am still learning the in's and out's of acrylic) it drys a tad on the fast side for me. I also really like Hand & Nail Harmony's but my distributor for the company doesn't carry the acrylic, only the gelish.

Any suggestions? I have a lot of clients with very short nails beds so I need to do a lot of nail elongating, so something that has a coverage version is a must.

I have not tried CND or OPI and any input on any brand would be appreciated.

Also any tips on a good brush would be awesome, I keep buying ones that don't come to a good point Sad
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#2
I like CND retention+. It gives you time to play with it before it hardens.
I live in my own little world, but its okay they know me here Wink
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#3
Light elegance acrylic line is awesome!
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#4
I LOVE my Young Nails acrylic, but recently got some samples from Deenterprises, and then bought their promo package. So far I am loving this stuff ! I don't know if they ship to Canada ,but it would be worth checking into. I like that you can buy bulk sizes that are more cost effective. That is the only reason I will probably wean off of my Young Nails ....hth...Smile Oh, you can search some threads on here about Deenterprises and find some more info.
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#5
We have an acrylic like called Bullet Proof. It is a medium set system with a really smooth finish. I used it when I competed and that is why I chose to carry it.
Are your nails Tuff Enuff ??
http://www.tuffenuffnails.us

Brenda Anderson
President/Nail Tech
Tuff Enuff Nails
Checotah, Oklahoma USA
[email protected]
918-231-3000
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#6
Try NSI. I know some tech's really like that line too.
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#7
I like NSI Attraction, easy to work with and has a smooth finish.

Chrissy
http://www.lovethosetoes.com
Bowie, MD
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