Frequently Asked Questions
Whats the best way to apply rhinestones and charms to your nail?
Apply a small dot of glue to your polished nail and adhere your rhinestone or charm hold it in place with a wooden stick or tweezer so it doesn’t slip around on the nail while you wait for the glue to dry after the glue drys apply a top coat to the entire nail for an extra strength
How to apply star foil?
First you apply a thin layer of the star foil glue on your nail you let the star foil glue get tacky but not completely dry you then cut a small piece of the star foil and apply it on your nail you then massage the foil on your nail so the design can transfer onto your nail you then place a top coat so the design foil can last long
How to apply water stickers?
You apply a base coat you cut out the design you want you dip the design with tweezers in water for 20-30 seconds after you take it out of the water you peel the design off with the tweezer place the design on top of your base coat and then place a top coat
What is the difference between an LED and a UV lamp?
A UV light is more affordable led lamp is more expensive curing time for a uv lamp is 2 minutes curing time for led is 30 seconds uv cures all types of gel polish led cures polishes that are formulated for led technology
How to use nail stickers?
First apply a base coat to form a glue for the sticker peel the sticker with tweezers, then apply to nail apply top coat so nail sticker can last longer on nail about 1 week without placing top coat nail sticker will only last 3 days
What is the difference between the textures of thread?
Each size is use for different type of garment.
Ex. Tex 21, T27 is recommended for Over lock and Single Needle. (Blouses, bras, dresses, lingerie, shirts etc.) Tex 30/2 (Swimwear, blankets, draperies etc.) Tex30/3, Tex16, Tex80 (Jeans, canvas, carpets, heavy material etc.)
Can 100% polyester be dyed?
No, only 100% cotton can be dyed.
What is Mercerized Cotton thread?
Mercerization is a process applied to cellulosic fibers – typically cotton (or cotton-covered thread with a polyester core) but hemp and linen can be mercerized also – to increase luster. It is done after weaving (in the case of fabrics) or spinning (for yarns or threads). But early on it was found that the process also had secondary benefits: the mercerized fibers were able to absorb more water, and therefore absorb more dye, making the color of the dyed cloth brighter and deeper. The difference is dramatic: mercerization increases the absorption of dyestuffs by as much as 25%.