Tammy Taylor Nails

The Tammy Taylor Nails Educational Guide for the Professional          Edition VIII 4

Tammy_Taylor.jpg (77322 bytes)

Dear Tammy,
I have a problem with my smile lines.  They aren’t the same on each nail and they aren’t real clean.

Learn how to create a perfect Smile line when doing a Backfill.
Once perfected, you will no longer need a guide line.  It will be instinct.
You will need a Drill Bit that gets into the corners.  I suggest using the T.T. Carbide Pointed Pencil, available in Long or Short, Coarse or Medium.

01a.jpg (56428 bytes)02a.jpg (66621 bytes)03a.jpg (53574 bytes)04a.jpg (63443 bytes)

1. A nail in need of a Backfill.

2. Stick on the inside circle of a nail form, and trace a line with a pencil.

3. This is your guide.

4. Start at corner with the point and work across.

05a.jpg (54369 bytes)06a.jpg (67570 bytes)07a.jpg (48842 bytes)08a.jpg (65345 bytes)
5. Drill off the line.6. Drill all the way to the other side. Use the point to finish the corner.7. Drill a valley all the way through the pink.
8. Bevel the white.

09a.jpg (51083 bytes)10a.jpg (49888 bytes)11a.jpg (51320 bytes)12a.jpg (60774 bytes)
9. Ready to apply Pink & White acrylic.10. Add white acrylic in valley, lightly coating free-edge.11. Add pink acrylic to nail bed.12. Finish by filing, buffing with oil, and then apply A-Coat followed by Z-Coat.

Go to other pages:

Page 1Page 2Page 3Page 4
TTown pg 2 in pdf (about 56k)TTown pg 3 in pdf (about 56k)TTown pg 4 in pdf (about 186k)


Tammy Taylor Nails, Inc.
This page Copyright © 2004.  All rights reserved.
Eddie Taylor  -   Ed Taylor, Sr.


The Ultimate in Quality, Service, Education & Customer Service since 1983
1-800-93-TAMMY    1-800-938-2669