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This video covers applying and blending natural nail tips and applying natural coloured acrylic powder. If you’re ready to become more adventurous watch our other videos or if you’d like us to demonstrate other tips or techniques, let us know and we’ll try to get them into one of our future videos.

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24 replies
  1. N Love
    N Love says:

    No drill ! No heavy acrylic! No ruining the nail bed ! 😍Amazing work and look so natural looking. These nail chop shops in the USA can learn a couple things from you.😶

  2. tini demonseed
    tini demonseed says:

    Ive only just started AND ive learnt sooooooooooo much from Naio Nails Youz guys ROCK!! btw m/. Much appreciated and blessed be from This Celtic Witch fae Scotland LOVE this channel im purging on every video from start to finish lol Tx

  3. lalaeko
    lalaeko says:

    This is amazing. I've been watching uk nail videos forever. Why is the US so behind on this? When I go to the nail salon, it does not come out well. 🙄

  4. Karen Valkyrie
    Karen Valkyrie says:

    so for acrylic, do we not need to take shine of tips if we are just doing lets  say a black nail and it wont show the tip. ? 
    is it a sure thing that the acrylic will stick to the tips when shiny?

  5. femaleonthecreek
    femaleonthecreek says:

    I live in Texas and I have NEVER had a nail salon tech use a "pincher" on my nails. My nail beds are wide and I bite my real nails down to the cuticle, but they always glue a tip on my "nubs" then they end up looking too wide. I give up trying to find a decent nail person here! 🙁

  6. Empress darce
    Empress darce says:

    When do u pinch the nail??? Everytime I do it, it's like my acrylic is not dry and the nail is dented or messed up from the acrylic not being dry enough…

  7. TesslaTube
    TesslaTube says:

    So beautiful! Amazing work. I wish there were more nail tech experts like yourself in America. All too often they are discount nail salons!

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