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- 24 Reusable Forms
- Easy to follow Step by Step Directions
- DVD Demo
ASP Form-A-Nail is a quick and easy way to create a set of acrylic nails. A kit that allows you to create a set of acrylic nails in under 10 minutes.
Using acrylic brush, dip into monomer, then into powder. Apply wet powder ball onto Form-A-Nail form and press down onto nail tip, let set and pop off form.
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Haven't Used MIne Yet But.... I have watched a bunch of videos on YouTube and I've been a nail tech for 20 some years. I do my own tips and acrylics on myself and as I get older and my hands hurt more, it takes me longer to do kine at home. These look like the perfect solution! It seems fairly easy and I will be trying them next week when I put on a new set of nails. I like to give y nails a week long rest between sets because I change them every two months or so and just can't hardly wait to try these out. If the work half as well as everyone says that they do I'll be happy. I hate all the filing that I usualy end up doing on my own set but these come of looking like glass! I'll do another review after I use them. June 29, 2014
Impressive results I bought these about a year ago but was afraid to try them because I had no experience using acrylics. Finally bought the powder and tried it with the forms. The results are truly amazing! Very easy to do -- if you don't get the mix quite right, just add more powder or liquid. Hold the form down on the nail for about two minutes then you can let go and let it 'cure' for about two minutes more. The form pops off completely clean and the nail is so shiny and perfectly smooth with no need to buff. What a great product - highly recommend. February 8, 2014
These give beautiful acrylics within minutes. I love using these but I wish they had bigger sizes, not as curved as they have them, maybe flatter. June 29, 2013
So after reading the reviews on this product I wanted to give them a try. I am usually pressed for time so the traditional acrylic application can take a lot longer then I have time for which leads to a hurried outcome and some really ugly looking nails. The one thing I am learning is 1- A really good sable brush is a good idea. I have a mediocre one and am sure when I get my new one the acrylic application will be easier. 2- practice makes perfect. It took me a couple of tries to get the first nail right. I think this will be like any nail technique, it'll take a couple of sets before I have this down pack. But all in all I like the product. Leaves a nice even finish and high shine. For anyone that is interested in trying these nail forms just keep in mind everything takes practice! :) April 23, 2013
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