Tammy Taylor Nails
Beautiful Balls = Beautiful Nails
Ugly Balls = Ugly Nails 

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Dip
all the way
into liquid

Wipe off Brush
More liquid = Bigger ball

Drag
brush
through Powder
Drag Deeper = Bigger ball

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Place
#1 Free-edge Ball

Lift
& Let flow
3 seconds

Pat, Pat, Pat

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Finished Free-edge

Dip
all the way
into liquid

Wipe off Brush
More liquid = Bigger ball

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Drag
brush
through Powder
Drag Lighter = Smaller ball

Place
#2 Ball
1/2 of Nail bed

Lift
& Let flow
3 seconds

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Stroke, Stroke, Stroke

Place
#3 Cuticle area,
Lift & Let flow
3 seconds, then
Stroke, Stroke, Stroke

Place
#4 Stress,
Lift & Let flow
3 seconds, then
Stroke, Stroke, Stroke




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Tammy takes a few 
minutes to brush 
up on the 
Practice Sheet

Practice
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Finished Nail

 

Practice, Practice, Practice,
on your Practice Sheet


#1. Look at each Ball before Placing it. Each Ball must look like a Pearl. If not, throw it away.

#2. The Brush marks have to disappear within 3 seconds after you place the ball, or the ball is too dry. If so, wipe it off and pick up another ball.

#3. Patting the Free-edge ball into shape creates the foundation of the nail. When the foundation is strong, the nail will be strong and not break.

#4. The #1 Free-edge Ball needs to be a large enough ball to do the whole free-edge.

#5. The #2, #3 & #4 Balls are applied to the nail bed. They are small wet balls and they are stroked.

#6. When the Nail Bed product (#2, #3 & #4 balls) is applied wet, it will adhere better than when applied dry. Too dry causes lifting. (Because it will not flow into the hills &

valleys you etched with the 100-grit T.T. Purple Terminator file.)

#7. Stroking the #2, #3 & #4 balls will make the cuticle area thin and leave the nail smooth.

#8. More liquid makes a smooth nail.

#9. If the ball looks powdery (too dry), wipe it off.

#10. Use the Black Deep Ceramic Dish for liquid. It is easier to see the liquid when it gets cloudy and contaminated, and you will get better consistency.

#11. Clean brush after every client. Dip brush into T.T. Brush Cleaner, wipe, dip into liquid, wipe. A clean brush makes a prettier ball. (If the acrylic has hardened in the brush, leave it in T.T. Brush Cleaner up to 15 minutes.) If the brush bristles are bent or split, run under hot water and the bristles will become straight.

  

 

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Front Cover:
1. "Some days all my clients come back with perfect nails and some days they come back with nightmare nails. What is the problem?"
Page 2. 
Beautiful Balls = Beautiful Nails / Ugly Balls = Ugly Nails


Page 3. 
Beautiful Free-edges = Beautiful Nails / Ugly Free-edges = Ugly Nails


Back Cover:
Product Spotlight: Custom Brushes (Original & Flat), Video Library, Towelettes, Dappen Dishes & Practice Sheet

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