History notes: These Posters below are sculptured
acrylic Pink & White (term
Tammy invented) nails were
sculptured using "Nail Forms" with the Whitest-White acrylic
on the free-edge and usually True Pink on the nail-body of
the nail-bed. The model for these posters
(hands & feet)
Tammy Taylor, CEO of Tammy Taylor
Tammy uses her hands everyday in the
running of her company. Because of the way her
sculptured acrylic nails are applied, she almost never
encounters any problems. As you are viewing the
Posters, you will notice consistency to all of the nails;
like the slightly "almond shape"
from the cuticle area (base of nail) all the way out to the
end of the white free-edge.
Also notice the
smiley-face (term Tammy
invented), where the white
meets the pink, and how it enhances the real beauty of the
nail. Then, take a look at what Tammy calls the
"C-Curve" (the term C-Curve
is now used by technicians all over)
at the very end of the white free-edge, the nail looks
like the letter "C". You will also notice how the end
of the free-edge tends to be more straight across.
Along with the C-Curve & the almond shape, filing the nails
more straight across increases the strength of the acrylic
nail; this allows an acrylic sculptured nail to be made much
thinner. You will see how thin Tammy's acrylic nails
appear in the Posters.
Tammy Taylor is
constantly working to improve the Beauty Industry, and does
do sculptured nails, using nail forms, on a regular basis.
Note: Tammy Taylor also holds the World's record for the
fastest FULL set of sculptured acrylic nails using nail
forms. Fastest recorded time is 17 min 10 seconds in
front of a live audience.
usually caused by not having a good C-Curve! Also,
breakage can occur by
filing too much & too thin, usually on the sides, while
trying to make the nails look narrow.
To get a more narrow nail, you MUST
apply a good C-Curve.