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The most important thing about tips is making sure you have the right size and the right method of adhesion right now we have gel and glue types of nail drill bits and uses, but acrylic is easier, so let’s find the sizes that I need I find the two is pretty good for me, thumb, yep and I find that the index finger whatever side you find the index finger is you’ll usually find is going to be the same size you need for the ring finger they’re about the same size, this one’s a little bit bigger I think that’s a six I need and the pinky is the only problem gonna have, um nine is on the pinky and it really is too big, you can see, it’s just it’s way too big for the sides but other than that we’ve got our sizes but that’s the most important thing make sure they fit right, and then I’ve got them all here now the beauty of blind them with acrylic is that you can repaint them because acrylic does not need the light to go through the nail, why don’t you see any black jelly tips out there because black can’t cure through the light, but the acrylic allows you to paint it first metal nail drill bits.Then you can apply you don’t have to hold it to put it into the light, so let me show you how to do that so I’m just going to prep my thumb here and we’re going to get that product right on there can you turn on my e file I do a very low speed when I’m prepping a natural nail now my cubicles are pretty pushback, because I do my nails cut off and I just took them off last night to prepare them for this video and I do find when you’re doing tips jelly tips, make sure you take the product off especially on the sides because if you try to leave a little bit on when you put the jelly tip on top if it’s too bulky bulky on the side, your tip won’t nestled in there and it will look like it’s sitting on top it looks too big, it looks awful I’m going to turn this down to about three and that’s about 3000 rpm going cuticle, when I do that I’m actually pushing my cuticle’s back with my drill bit, now you can do it with the cuticle stick.For those of you who want to save time, because this is a pretty quick method, you can actually do it with your drill bit and I find it very very effective, it’s very gentle c, I’m actually doing it on my skin, you can see very very gentle and that’s why I say prep at a 3000 rpm’s okay that’s pretty prepped, now you can go the extra step I is not necessary for thirty years, we never bothered doing this because we didn’t have the bits and really we didn’t really have any issues but if you do have any extra cuticle in there or any gel polish you’re trying to get off or anything like that you’re trying to get it out of there these kind of pointy bits are good, but make sure you’re laying flat okay and you can just go around the cuticle just because you can see there’s nothing really coming off my finger here, my fingernail because there’s just there’s nothing there whenever you’re doing a tip you want to put a file surface to a file surface and its stuff in between, that’s basically it so on that note.We’ve buffed up the natural nail now we’re going to buff up the tip, so the tip has to have a little bit of roughness to it too, so the products that are in between, it will sandwich together and it will stick both of them I’m going to demonstrate on this clear tip first, so you can see the acrylic working underneath before the nail art is applied so I’m just going to buff up the inside part that I think is going to hit mainly the natural now you can even size it up, you know this is the benefit of doing it when it’s clear to you can see it, so for me, my national goes all the way there, so I could literally Buffett three-quarters of the way, so just give it a nice buff, you can do this by hand buffing, the natural nail with some good hand files, but it makes it a little harder buffing the inside of a thing, but you still can’t do it, so just buff it up, nice okay and I’m just going to wipe the dust out.And I’m going to wipe the dust off of my natural nail off people ask me, do you have to file the natural nail before you put a form on or a tip on you really don’t if the natural nail is well not very long, you can shorten it right a lot of people don’t like to have the natural nail underneath they don’t want to look at it I want to flip it under there and see it also natural nails can be a little bit wavy they’re not very straight, so you can go ahead and do that in my case, these are pretty short, but you can just trim it up just to make it nice and so there’s no frayed edge under there that might bother you, and if you’re doing a client some clients might pick at it right, so it’s good to make it nice and flush okay, ive got my prep and prime.So all we want to do is dehydrate and cleanse it now, the prep is a dehydrated or it’s going to cleanse the nail and it’ll say right on the bottle, let’s prep so you know and it says to use before the primer, because often we can get those easily mixed up then we’re going to put nice and gingerly on we’re going to put.The primer.Bond I call it let’s bond that’s what’s great about this system, you can get jelly tips and my acrylic with no license, I’m selling it to everybody, that’s what my videos are for my videos are the education okay so you can put primer on the inside of the tip, but I find if you buff them and you’ve done everything right on this end, you don’t really have to, so I I wouldn’t you don’t have to worry about that okay so I’m gonna use my odorless monomer and the reason being if you’re not accustomed to doing nails all the time, the odorless disadvantage because it cures slower so it’ll give you time to put the product beat it up put it on the nail and then squeeze it on and then just hold it don’t have to hurry because a faster setting acrylic for someone more experienced you’ll have to um move a little bit quicker, that’s why this is easier than gel or a glue because you don’t have to work with any speed or having to hold it the whole time I’ve got a little quarter teaspoon and I’m just going to use that much.The whole set that I don’t think we’ll need it all but I’m just going to do that much a little bit tiny bit more okay I can show you how easy this is with acrylic okay, so I’m going to show you where we’re going so I’m going to show you the steps to get there, it might make more sense that way so I’m going to do is put a bead on here and then I’m going to put this at the cuticle and I’m going to gently press it down and then I’m going to hold it for a few seconds, now it’s slow setting it’s low odor actually virtually no odor but it’s gonna take a little time to cure so we’ll count to maybe thirty seconds, but I don’t have to hold it with pressure right it’s actually even holding on itself, then it doesn’t have any goop in between okay now with glue you have to speed a little bit more and with gel, you gotta put it on and then put it under the light and getting the hand under the light with your two hands and a light you have to have more of an open light and it’s a little harder to get under there if you don’t have that even that can be hard.So that’s what makes this so easy, you could just put the beat so I just want to show you where we’re going, so you know how we’re gonna get there, so you can see, that’s exactly what I’m gonna do so now if you’ve never used acrylic before this stuff is brilliant because it will do most of the work for you I’m gonna get my acrylic brush wet get saturated with the monomer, and I will suggest a brush eight no bigger than eight maybe a six I think sixes and eights are perfect to work with through your whole career, but you don’t really need much bigger tens and twelves can be OK but anything bigger than that is can cause problems actually so creating one big beat is not the goal, but what we can do with this is when you get your brush saturated with the monomer hit it off to the side of the dish and release quite a bit when you’re working with low odor, you do not need a lot here, this is going to last me for one whole set of fingers I didn’t need that much I probably could’ve had eight I’m gonna release, I’m going to go.Win and I’m gonna lay into my powder and I’m gonna hold it there for about five seconds and then I’m going to bring it out and then I can put it on here now if you can do one big a bead that would be good, but if you’re not used to it, you might not know how to do that, so go in and get another one you want a little bit more, but not too much right I’m gonna place it right there, see how it’s moving for you that’s what you want, you want to move for you just a tiny little bit it’s not running and I’m not going to chase it, but I just wanted to sit there’s not touching the cubicles not touching the side, so I know that’s the right size bead, so now I’m going to get my tip and I’m going to lay it right in there you can see it filling up, can you see it moving, I’m not pressing hardly anything at all pressing towards the cuticle pressing up towards the free edge of my finger and I’m just gonna hold it for a few seconds just to make sure that it is no air bubbles and it is staying in place. Put my forefinger over top of it, take a good look at it yet I can see its all blended out, and if you want you could go like this and take out the latter half of the acrylic but as you do, the subsequent fingers they’ll be a little harder to do the thumb happens to be a little bit easier to be able to actually hold yourself to do it but that’s it it’s done, you don’t have to try to wrangle it under light I find and that’s still easy but I do find when you’re trying to wrangle it into the light, sometimes if you Miss it a little bit re-adjusts and then you’ve got to redo it because you’ve released it and now it’s got a bubble in there that’s what I find a bit of a pain and with the glue it’s a bit of a time thing when you put the glue down you’re gonna have to get that tip on there and if you do kind of Miss align it a little bit, you can’t take it off again I guess you could but you’d better make a decision pretty quick because the glue is wanting to cure up.I find it really is the easiest one of the great advantages is too is you can pre painted and I’ve chosen black because that’s very hard to do especially not hitting your cubicles so you can pre paint it and it’s done, you don’t have to paint and try not to hit those cubicles so it just makes it so much easier and the biggest reason is you can pre paint them without them being on your finger, and it all comes down to angles right it all comes to angles, you can just go like this when you’re painting and just make any get on the side, there’s no skin to worry about that’s why this is so easy, okay there, he goes, he’s on there.Very very it’s pretty shape, this is probably the only a size of my thumb that I don’t have to actually pre shape I just want you to see, so here’s the pre painted one I put my index here, look at that nice clean edge, it’s gonna sit on there quite nicely look at that.It looks like I did the most perfect job ever with very little effort and that’s not too bad, it’s a little bit wider than my finger, but I can get away with it.Now the pinky that’s the only one that’s not going to fit me perfectly, you can see how much wider it is.See that my actual skin.Quite a bit wider, so I think for this one.I will just.Take the corners and I will just put in a little on that corner there.Because it’s more square than my cuticle is, but I thought this was the nine this is the smallest one there doesn’t seem to be any smaller but it’s pretty good everywhere else, it’s just I find the cuticle is just a little too wide, okay and then I just keep checking my pinky and make sure that that’s right okay, so I’m going to buff up the other ones if you don’t have any file, you need a good set of files, and I thank everybody who’s message me and say how much they love them, even professionals working with these day in and day out are standing up to that kind of pressure theyre great files, but I would get a medium for your natural nails, OK so you can buff the natural nail gently use the round corner to your advantage and get right into the corners there and definitely use your cuticle sticks you can still use the corner of a file and still push your cuticle’s back and once you get more experience, you can do that, if not you can use that cuticle stick get as much nail estate as possible and just buff, these guys up. It actually goes pretty quick when you use a hand file as well it’s all just in how you use it, you can certainly over file a natural nail with a hand file as easily as you can with aer file, it’s really how you use them right, I’m just gonna use my e files, you’ve seen hand filing and e file.Get rid of the dust I forgot to get my duster down here I’m doing it this way, okay and don’t forget your prep and your prime and you can do it all at once to all the fingers together that’s what helps with the speed to write when I’m showing it here I’m doing step by step, and then you want to gently put your primer don’t over saturate, just a little tip there don’t over saturate with primer, just make sure you cover the nail but don’t let it soak into the matrix underneath the cuticle area, okay, now we get to bring our product back now remember the thumb was the biggest finger so I’ve used the bigger or two beads in that sense so I don’t want to use a bead that’s so big that when I put the tip on that it falls to the side.So now our fingers are going to be painted so we’re not going to see it as much now if you do get some on the side, you can scoop it up with a brush, but you kind of don’t want to do that so much because you don’t take any chances especially doing it continually getting any product on your skin, so let’s do the accent finger, this is the accent nail so I’m gonna put that guy right there and you can see, it’s a little wider, maybe I’ll just trim up the side ever so slight all I’m doing is just taking the cuticle in a little so it’s not so square because my cubicles aren’t quite that square just get a rough spongy file my Sandy sponge is pretty rough for that, it’s a little bit harder, it’s not as easy as the drill, but if you have a small tip your bit might not fit in there anyway, so you might have to do this anyway and that’s okay, just give it a little buffing, now we want to put that bead of acrylic. Use this tube, so I’m nice and steady now remember this is the accent that’s gonna go on this finger that fits a little bit nicer, now I like that better okay so again if you’re not used to acrylic, make sure that you work with a small bead, you’re better to have a little bit on the smaller side than too much, kids are going to get a nice feed count about five seconds in there if you bring it out and on the finger and it’s too runny then you have too much monomer, you’re gonna place it right there, you want to place it too close to the cuticle and it’s just going to rest for a minute, it’s just absorbing the powder is fully absorbing into the monomer and I’m going to start at the cuticle and I’m going to press into the cuticle little bit and I’m gonna press out to the tip I can’t put my finger on top of it I like now there’s a tiny bit outside don’t wet your brush keep your brush dry so that way you won’t.Putting a monomer on the skin she’s a tiny little bit look at my brush see that tiny tiny tiny little piece, that’s how much too much that I made the bead so the bead was a little tiny bit that much too big right I’ll check this side nothing out this side, that’s good, so I’m just gonna hold that for a few seconds, now I’m going to keep in mind and sort of measure, my bead, that is the same size bead tiny bit less for my index that I need because they’re the same size finger.The pinky will need half that size bead because it’s a way smaller finger and this finger is a little bit bigger I think it was the one size up and it just needs to be a little bit bigger.But after you do your hands especially if you’re doing yourself you’ll get accustomed to how much you need okay, he’s good to go, oh my goodness, he’s on there that’s great, so let’s go ahead and do the other one, just be careful your nails are finished I actually hit that one a little bit with the files I had to topcoat it because it made a little dry Mark okay, so now I can do the other one, so let’s make sure I get those beads right to make sure they’re smaller.Now I will draw my brush just dry your brush, you can just check it, I mean I can see that nothing’s really come out, but just dry your brush if you want to scoop around but make sure your brush is dry, just so you’re not taking that monomer and putting it on the skin all the time but that looks pretty good, and I got a question for you you that you can’t see what you’re doing there if you create voids, if you Miss a spot for example and it didn’t cover everything, could you get liquid under there that could create some sort of a greeny infection or something yeah yeah you’ve heard greenie mention before it’s called pseudomonas is the proper name and greenie is it’s we call it the greenies because it causes a green stain you might say so yes that is the thing with these types of nails and you know what this isn’t even my most concern with those kinds of greeny issues, the biggest concern is when people are putting on any kind of product that’s a color.And they’re putting it in such a strong color and then they’re not checking or they’re not maybe not educated enough or they don’t because sometimes you can hear when you’re filing, if you have some experience you can hear the whole you can hear the void that you’re talking about right, so when you are putting solid colors on top, you can’t see to see how the health of every thing is every time a person comes in for a fail, or if you’re doing your own nails right, so in this situation, and if you’re not used to doing this, um I would suggest you file you could file all the black gel off, right. Because we just put it all on you can file it off and then you can have a little look, see right and that’s why it’s good to use see-through ish colors like pink foundation, pink is more cover pink, but like a clear or a pink like this pink tent that you can see right through it, but if you’re using a solid color, you won’t be able to see that and then you should soak it all off, just get rid of it all because you don’t wanna take any chances, but sometimes you can feel it.A client might say oh it’s feeling a little loose or you might be able to feel it’s a little loose and then there’s potential that that could be happening I guess you don’t feel these, you just remove them right, if you’re doing this method, then you wouldn’t have experienced so much to be doing the fill, that’s why you’re doing this right, so if you’re doing this certainly I would just feel them, but I wouldn’t be doing this I was just doing a form and custom building them to each and every finger and making them perfect.But if you’re doing this, you really don’t have the experience of all that so yeah I would just which is great, just soak them off, get rid of them and start again and then you won’t have any potential of those things happening, so when you’re soaking off as they still get underneath the tip because they still get in there okay get the tipoff, yeah no you have to actually buff the surface a little bit when you’re soaking and removing caravan, you are getting educated no he’s absolutely right, you have to buff them to break the surface of this gel.And then you soak them in acetone.And that will get through there if you don’t Buffett I don’t know if it will work I don’t know if it eventually penetrate it probably will, but you could be waiting a long time, so do buff at first, in fact when I do a removal, I’m getting off the sidetrack a little bit, but when I do a removal I take off as much as I can length.And the depth, the thickness and then I soak the last little bit that’s what I do to speed it up because I have no patience for soaking unless I’m into a really good movie zen I’ll do just a little heads up if you have purchases, thank you so much for supporting me you’re just the sweetest. Okay so I just had to paint the thumb now one little buff Mark that I did have their I will paint a clear coat on there to get rid of that, but then I think we’re ready for pictures easiest as ever a remember in the beginning I poured a quarter teaspoon for the whole set.Okay, this is how much I have left over now with acrylic you don’t want to put back in the bottle, if you do that.You contaminate the whole bottle, so look I pretty much have a quarter of a teaspoon left so I really over exaggerated how much that I need.Wow, yeah, because when I poured it member I poured a little bit more than a quarter teaspoon which kind of little blurb came out zat was the bit that I used so there’s still a quarter of a teaspoon here, so it really does go a long way, you can really save some money so I have a few things on the table when I tell you I have launched my oil, this is so nice to smell when you take it out of the bottle, take it out and just drop it onto your finger, okay, it’s meant for sanitation reasons right, and then you nicely massage it in I’m starting to include information cards on the back it’ll tell you how to correctly use it and then we’ll also mention a few things that you might be confused about how not to use it to really clarify how to use your oil oh my goodness, does that ever can you smell that caravan not where I am always late.

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