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Re: Health Issues w/Arcylic Nails

Re: Health Issues w/Arcylic Nails

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Posted by Marti on December 10, 2000 at 20:14:24:

In Reply to: Re: Health Issues w/Arcylic Nails posted by Nina on December 09, 2000 at 14:49:09:

: : : Hi..I just started an apprecenting w/a Salon and I am wondering about long term health affects of the chemicals used in the artifical nail process? Any ideas? Please feel free to e-mail me directly.

: : : Thanks,

: : : Nina

: : You can go to my website where I have an entire page dedicated to chemical knowledge about the products we work with on a daily basis. There is also a link to Milady's publishing where you can purchase educational materials for our industry.

: Marti...

: I love your wedsite. I just scanned it and got alots of information! I just want to check one thing with you...it seems really simple, but it is the first basic step. You do not have to "rough up the nail" first? I hate filing away clients nails...can't wait to hear...

Roughing up or 'etching' the nail plate was something we did in the 70's! With today's acrylics, all one needs to do is remove the surface shine from the nail plate. This can be done with a 360-grit buffer. 'Etching' removes too many vital nail plate layers which are the foundation for the overlay.


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