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Aquarius Rooster
Location : Texas

PostSubject: New to this   Thu Jan 07, 2010 10:01 am

Hi, I am new to nails and am looking for a good acrylic product that is going to be easy for me to use and still look good. What are you all using?
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jlburkhardt



Leo Goat
Location : Philadelphia, PA

PostSubject: Re: New to this   Thu Jan 07, 2010 10:18 am

Dear Nails4Me,

If you contact me at http://bit.ly/8UVoP1 I'll be happy to send you a sample of NSI Attraction Acrylic. If you'd like to see some info on it, go to http://bit.ly/6laQm8
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Pisces Dog
Location : baltimore

PostSubject: Re: New to this   Thu Jan 07, 2010 11:14 am

I use Tammy Taylor on my clients however when I am in my classroom with my students I am not allowed to endorse any line. I have to be open and knowledgeable to all that I can get my hands on. It is not what is the best product, all products are good or they would not be in business. It is what works for you. Get your hands on anything that you can and find what is your BEST.

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Cancer Buffalo
Location : Maryland

PostSubject: Re: New to this   Thu Jan 07, 2010 5:43 pm

I agree with Tammy, what works best for me may not be what works best for you. The best thing is to try all the products you can get samples of and play around with them to find what works and what doesn't. Personally, I prefer to use a combination of TT and YN. I love TT powders, I also love YN liquid and some of their powders. If you go to the YN website www.youngnails.com you can get the number call them and ask for a speed acrylic sample and a gel sample. You'll need the gel sample because it comes with the primer but the acrylic sample does not.
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nails4me



Aquarius Rooster
Location : Texas

PostSubject: Re: New to this   Wed Jan 13, 2010 1:48 pm

I have called a few companies and some are sending me samples to try. But, I read a post that said Tammy Taylor also did samples, I called and they told me they didnt and tried to sell me a kit. I really dont know what to think??? I guess the information posted here was false.
BTW, the post I am talking about was deleted.
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PostSubject: Re: New to this   Wed Jan 13, 2010 2:05 pm

You got that post confused. Tammy does not have sample sizes however she has been known to send free product. I deleted that post for other reasons.

I personally will be happy to send you some of my own personal product if you wish to try it. You can pm me your shipping information if you like.

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Air Art Girl



Leo Snake
Location : Washington State

PostSubject: Re: New to this   Sun Jan 17, 2010 8:28 pm

welcome to the industry and this forum.

I am not an acrylic user, knew I wanted to do gels in school but have used acrylic in school and in the past for art.

I will tell you there are many good products out there the real trick to using any of them is proper instruction and practice. A good acrylic will fail if you don't do it correctly.
Also, a lesser quality product can perform well if done by a seasoned nail tech.

So, my suggestion to you is this. Decide if you will only want to purchase your acrylic from a local distributor or supply house or if you don't mind purchasing online.
Find an educator or class that is local to you, get the proper training for that product and master it. After you have a good understanding of the product, you can move on to experimenting with other products.

It's rare to find free samples unless you are attending a network event as most companies sell a "Try Me" kit for $20 or less. I'd take Tammy up on her offer, that's very nice of her.

Hope that was helpful,
Ellen
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Sandra V.



Cancer Dragon
Location : Croatia

PostSubject: Re: New to this   Mon Jan 18, 2010 3:16 pm

I am using Omega acrylic , seems to work really good for me since I am just starting ac too ( been a gel only tech ) .
Call Lisa at Nailite , she will send you a sample to try .
Good luck !
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