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How to apply nail forms, for different nail shapes, Nail Video Instructions

This video demos how to apply a nail form for different shapes of sculptured nail, including square,... [Read more]
This video demos how to apply a nail form for different shapes of sculptured nail, including square, stiletto and edge shaped acrylic nails. [Read less]
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I'd like to show you how to apply different types of forms for different types of shapes. ... [Read more]
I'd like to show you how to apply different types of forms for different types of shapes.

So, we're going to do a square, a stiletto and an edge nail. When you take the form off the paper make sure you take that excess piece out of the middle and place it onto the back of the form but making sure it doesn't overlap.

For a square nail we're just going to give that form a little roll in between your thumbs so you start to get a rounded shape.When we apply it to the nail what we need to concentrate on at first is getting those two side edges of your free edge underneath the form,and gently slide it towards your client. Now for a square nail that tab at the back needs to be flat to the finger. Press those sides in until it's secure, Then you're going to bring your hand over the top and you're going to slide down this form and stick it together at the same time. What that will do is push the form up towards the natural nail so that there's no gap in between. The end of the form still needs to be nice and round and open, don't pinch it together. Squeeze it in just there so it's not coming out too wide, and that form's OK for a square nail, so remember the tab at at the back is nice and flat and the part here is nice and round and open.

The next form I'm going to show you is for a stiletto nail. Again, that excess piece still goes on the back, making sure that it doesn't overlap, still give it a good curve, but this time when we place it on the nail, sliding it up again, we're going to make sure that that tab at the back is slightly raised. So you can see the tab at the back now is slightly raised and we can actually fold it and press it down, so that when we pinch this together, and we're going to pinch right down to the tip so that it's really tight together at the end, the form can now sit up and not be too low. Again pinch in there to make sure it's nice and tight there and that's the form for a stiletto nail. So stiletto nail: tab at the back, pinch right in at the front.

The next one I'm going to show you is for an edge nail. still going to take that excess piece out and fix it on to the back, this time were going to fold that form in half making sure that its a nice, tight fold, press onto it a few times. Next step is to get your scissors and just cut a very small triangle out of that form so that when we open it back up we've got a slight triangle missing. You're going to place this form on the same way you would a square nail so that the tab aat the back is flat, so this tab at this back is flat to the finger. Punch the two tabs at the bottom together, place your finger on top and press down, this will cause a diamond shape in the end of this form. The reason we took that little cut out of there is so that the spine of the form can sit higher than the nail. So the form for an edge nail is flat at the back and a diamond shape at the front, and don't forget to cut your little bit out.

That's how to apply a form for three different types of nail shapes.
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