Anyone free to discuss acrylic nails?

(10 Posts)
CormoranStrike Thu 06-Oct-16 20:26:35

I bought the kit below to try to do my own, and it is tricky,

Can't quite seem to get the forms to work.

Can't work out which product is the nail dehydrator.

The glue seems to have totally dried up.

I've allowed the bead of acrylic to solidify, wrecking the brush, which is now like a mini hammer.

Help!

www.salon-services.com/salon-services-acrylic-starter-kit/

DerekSprechenZeDick Thu 06-Oct-16 20:30:26

I work for them but couldn't tell you a thing so will bump instead

This is a professional set so unless you actually have training I'd back off from it.

Or YouTube it! grin

DerekSprechenZeDick Thu 06-Oct-16 20:31:57

read each one and you will work out what's what in description

Motherwithflaws Thu 06-Oct-16 20:34:42

Dip the brush in acetone or normal nail varnish remover, it should dissolve or at least soften the acrylic so you can remove it.

CormoranStrike Thu 06-Oct-16 20:36:21

I you tubed it and am none the wiser. Sigh.

The girls in Sally did look a bit bemused when I said I was going to do my own. How hard can it be, I thought.

Quite hard, as it turns out.

DerekSprechenZeDick Thu 06-Oct-16 20:47:09

It's extremely hard if you aren't trained.

CormoranStrike Thu 06-Oct-16 20:53:25

Wish I had messaged you before I bought it, Derek!

DerekSprechenZeDick Thu 06-Oct-16 20:54:55

I take it you have a trade card?

How much have you opened?

CormoranStrike Thu 06-Oct-16 21:03:30

I do. I have opened the glue (totally dried up) one powder and the acrylic liquid.

DerekSprechenZeDick Thu 06-Oct-16 21:08:48

I've Pm'd you

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