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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 during the 90s. I believe they're coming back, and 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. You have to do it 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. 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 fill, 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...