I recently received the "Nine Most Popular Nail Procedures" video (I loved
purchased a pterygium stone. How do I keep the edge sharpened once I’ve used it
for a while?
Tiffaney Edwards Pitts
Scrub the Pterygium Stone with your plastic manicure brush and Peach Spa
Anti-Bacterial Soft Soak & rinse. Then submerge Pterygium Stone in your First
Choice or spray with your Disinfect-Disinfect-Disinfect. When the Pterygium
Stone finally gets dull, I would suggest a new one.
A few weeks ago I wrote and asked about getting rid of my "worm" problem, and
told to remove A-Coat with acetone and to use Z-Coat on top and bottom. I did
that and still have the problem. Is Z-Coat non-yellowing enough to use over my
pink and whites instead? I also thought you couldn’t take A-Coat off with
remover, but that you had to buff it off, so I have been doing both. Please, I
Only put on one coat of A-Coat and then one coat of
Z-Coat. The only nails that have a problem are the ones that have three or more
coats of A-Coat on them; it is too hard to get off. Also, make sure you are
using my Conditioning Polish Remover with acetone.
I have a client who has wide nails. How can I (if at all possible)
make her nails look a little more narrow? Please help!
The C-Curve really helps make a nail more narrow. Apply the product to the
nail and just before it dries squeeze in on the sides of the nail groove. If you
want to perfect this procedure get my "9 Most Popular Procedures" video or my
"Full Set of (Pink and White) Sculptured Nails" video.