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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing How Form 8815 Filing

Instructions and Help about How Form 8815 Filing

The French smile line came in about mid to late 80s and really popular you see the 90s I know because that's all I did I believe they're coming back I love French nails so I am very excited about this notion this video is to show you how to use an e file and create and carve in that perfect French line let's get started Music French smile lines are hard to create it to do it over and over and over to be good at it but they've created a lot of things with new tools and new techniques to make the French line easier and today I'm going to show you a few of those tricks it lies within the drill bit to be totally honest with you this drill bit is ultimately my favorite French drill bit now you can use these if you don't have this French one and I'll show you the difference so if you just stay focused on these particular two drill bits when you're carving in the French line you sort of want to carve it and I'll show you how to do that and a nice swoop across creating that French line right out the gate with this drill bit you can do it if you don't have this one and maybe I'll show you that one first and then I'll show you the advantages of the little one okay this is a carbide bit and you can see the teeth in it if you don't have a drill bit and you don't have a drill one way to do the French smile line is when a person comes in for a feel you literally have to file it all the way down and start from scratch or a very very thin layer I wouldn't take it all off just down to a nice thin layer the reason being is because you cannot take a file and cut into that French line if you're redoing the French line that's what this videos about redoing that French line so that's why you need a drill and a drill bit with a very cut edge for example this round top that's a safety bit we do not want to use this it will not make a sharp edge okay so I'm going to show you how to cut that end so you want to focus on this corner in that very very corner this set of nails are perfect for what I'm trying to do today so what I want to do is carve in now this takes a skill within itself you're literally carving in where you want your french whoopsy a new French line to go that little skip will happen it's very unnerving oh you might be able to turn it reversed that might help when you're going on the other side yeah that'll help that yet I was thought up is for right-handed and left-handed but it should comes in handy for something like this as well okay but you got to switch it back I've never used that I've always just used it but this particular bit is gonna jump a little bit so you literally just carve it around right and then you want to take away all the rest of it and I do file all my white down that's on the end I get rid of it all down to a thin layer and when I replace the new white I put the new white on top of the whole thing I do not find new white blends into old white especially gel okay so here is my favorite French bit see that flare it's not straight up and down like this one it's got a flare it's angled like this that's super important when you're doing that French curve you can do it in almost one sweep depending on the angle that you're using and I'll show you how to do that and again these black nails are really working for us here now you really want to be careful because the starting point is right in the corner and because you've got this bit here you don't want to chop away some of the skin it's also a very thin point because it's when your product is coming down thinner to the natural nail and the skin so it's not very thick it gets thicker across the stress points you can press a little harder so when you're pressing pressure is really hard to show on videos when you're pressing you want to be quite gentle and as you get to the center you can press a little bit harder you can dig a little deeper and then when you go around you can flow right to the opposite side so first you can just sort of mark it you can use this to mark it see how I'm remarking that line and this is where you make your crucial decision of what kind of smile line is gonna be is it gonna be a little bit just like a little bit of a smile or is it gonna be super smiling where it's super super strong or a very very deep most of the right width I can't do it on all clients of course because some clients don't have it the length or the shape doesn't warrant it and so quite don't like it quite frankly let make it to whatever your client is underneath here this was an old pink nail from when my student actually from New Zealand when I had Serena on to do a video that's the nail that she made still under there which is good because that pink is helping us see this even more so all I do is shake it out I'm establishing my French line I look at all sorts of angles it's a little bit fine I won't be.

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