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    Yes, I use TruShine over my wraps! I love it because my nails are quite thin and bendy and it makes them feel much stronger!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    No but I'm thinking about it.

    I have a problem of weak nails, and the end of my nail tears or breaks under the wrap which causes the wrap to lift. Super annoying.
    Mine have been really badly doing the same with this set but not previously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Cheese View Post
    Mine have been really badly doing the same with this set but not previously.
    What set do you have on at the moment?

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    Coat those nails in cuticle oil in between wraps (leave them of for a day or two if you can) and remember to use it the day after you've applied as well. It helps a lot!

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    This week's Jamicure! I actually put Tru-shine base coat underneath this time. I have weak nails as well and they have been a bit flaky after taking my jams off lately - so giving this a go?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by malis View Post
    Attachment 75775

    This week's Jamicure! I actually put Tru-shine base coat underneath this time. I have weak nails as well and they have been a bit flaky after taking my jams off lately - so giving this a go?!
    It's funny- I would scroll right past that and not give it a second thought. But after seeing it here I really like it!
    Let us know how the base coat goes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    What set do you have on at the moment?
    Paper mâché with fractal on my thumb.

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    So I put in my order for my party last night. I earnt quite a few points and qualified for a good amount of things so I got the consultant kit, the true shine gel enamel system, the cuticle remover pen, waltz nail lacquer, and about 4 wraps- I think I got fractal, lace noir, chasse, after dark and allure.
    For $170
    I'm super excited and I can't wait to get my stuff

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    So a friend has recently become a consultant and it's got me lusting after pretty pretty nails now!

    Just a question - is it worth buying the starter kit with the tools, etc, and a mini heater? Or can you get by with stuff you've got at home/cheaper from a chemist?

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    You can get by with what you've got at home but I must say the heater is incredible so if it's in the budget definitely recommend adding those to your order. Makes it so much easier, and the heater is so quiet.

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