How To Make A Tip Extension Using Patching Products | DIY Nail Repair Tutorial


Today I’ll show you how to create a fake nail tip using the same products I use to patch a break. ▼All products used linked below!▼
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►Products used◄
-Swiss Silk Self-Adhesive tabs: (or you can even use a piece of tea bag if you don’t have this)
-ASP – Light-less Gel:
-ASP – Gel Cure:
-Orange stick:
-Nail scissors:
-(Optional) Tweezers:
-4 Way Nail File & Buffer:
-Q-tips cotton swabs:

-Start out with clean, dry nails
-Apply a layer of gel, then apply a silk wrap on top of that
-Cure the gel, then continue to build up layers of gel until it’s sturdy
-One it’s hard enough, file into your desired shape
-Add a final layer of gel & cure
-Buff the surface until smooth, then finish with acetone

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