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**ATTENTION: TIME STAMPS BELOW!!!**
Hi, beauties! I have been so excited to receive the Nail Career Education Suzie’s Clean Acrylic Kit! I did pay for this kit myself, and this is in no way a sponsored video. I am aware of the review that was done that showed the monomer yellowing the clear and white acrylic. I don’t want to get mixed up into any drama, but I wanted to provide you with another opinion on the product so you, as consumers, can make the most informed decision possible! I did address that review throughout the video, as well as the yellowing that was discussed. I know this is a long video, which is why I provided time stamps to the most important parts of the video! As always, thanks so much for watching, please like this video, leave a comment, and subscribe to my channel! Stay safe, lovelies!

Time Stamps:
0:01 – Unboxing
15:53 – Initial Thoughts and Worksheet Practice
28:20 – Reverse Smile Line Bead
38:20 – Cuticle Bead
41:33 – Paper Towel Experiment with Soft White Acrylic
42:57 – White Application
51:00 – Paper Towel Experiment Update
51:40 – Addressing Why “Yellowing” May Occur
54:22 – Final Thoughts

Products Used:
Exclusive Nail Couture:
– Darling Lamp – https://enailcouture.com/products/mini-toy-led-lamp?_pos=1&_sid=28f240992&_ss=r
– Dust Brush – https://enailcouture.com/products/new-manicure-brush-logo-dust-brush?_pos=7&_sid=6e5e3a3c4&_ss=r&variant=30948513022063
– Fantastic File – https://enailcouture.com/products/fantastic-files?_pos=1&_sid=040838a58&_ss=r
– Crystal Clear Acrylic – https://enailcouture.com/products/the-powders-crystal-clear-120g?_pos=1&_sid=d7438c6f6&_ss=r
– The Monomer – https://enailcouture.com/products/the-monomer-8oz?_pos=3&_sid=973817308&_ss=r
– Lux Brush Wipes – https://enailcouture.com/products/lux-brush-wipe

Nail Career Education:
– Brush Only – https://store.nailcareer.com/brush-only
– Brush and File Kit – https://store.nailcareer.com/acrylic-brush
– Suzie’s Clean Acrylic Starter Kit – https://www.joyamia.com/suzies-clean-acrylic-starter-kit.html *Use code “suzie” for 10% off!*

Print the worksheet that Suzie has created here: https://nailcareer.com/worksheet.html

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Organic Sunless Self Tanner Discount The secret to making your own sunless self-tanner, at home! It even works better than the popular brands, and is actually healthy for your skin!

19 replies
  1. Jessica McCleery
    Jessica McCleery says:

    WOW YOU DID AMAZING EXPLAINING etc…. and SUZIE COMMENTED! That is amazing! Although, I love Evie and her channel( long hair pretty nails ) I did feel like she used entirely too much monomer. (Bc she is use to regular monomer) I enjoyed this review and your thorough attention to deal and the points you touched on that correlated to Suzie’s video! The set came out beautifully. I still can’t get over the fact Suzie commented How cool! I am subscribing NOW

  2. Amanda Mohammed
    Amanda Mohammed says:

    Thank you for doing this video. I stuck with it to the end and it was worth my time. I saw the other video review and I'm by no means an expert but I could see how wet the beads were. Suzie made this product to mimic the time one has using a gel product so that beginners like myself could learn how to use acrylic without the frustration of a quick setting time. Huge kudos to Suzie for trying to do that! She has been the DIY-er's champion from the start. Thanks again for this video that shows the product Does work. Btw, it was really fun watching you do your nails, you have great technique and they looked fabulous when they were done!

  3. Nail Career Education
    Nail Career Education says:

    Hi Mckenzie, thank you so much for trying my Suzies Acrylic Kit- you are exactly right- this kit is designed for learning the right l&p beads. Once that is learned it can really help before someone moves up to the faster setting. And yes, its a soft white- i didnt want a blue competition looking white. I wanted a more natural white for creating fades etc. And you are also right on not using this product on clients ( unless odour is an issue) most established techs with clientele want faster cause time is important. I have two videos with a third on the way, L&P, French, and Ombre – this kit did not come with prep & prime bc i wanted to focus on L&P. I certainly wasnt trying to upset anyone. Thanks again💜🏡

  4. MachMalRosa
    MachMalRosa says:

    Loved the Video, thank you for this in-depth Review! Would love some music durig the sped up parts (Youtube has royalty free music available in your Youtube Studio, just a tip from a fellow Youtuber 😘)
    just subscribed💗

  5. skyydancer67
    skyydancer67 says:

    Thanks for being level-headed in this review. It's great you did the research and I like how informative you were in this video. The nails looked super cute at the end.

  6. Mai H
    Mai H says:

    You are such a smart and talented girl, you really understand products and don't judge quickly, and you surely very educated on this topic, this review is excellent, keep up the good work <3

  7. Kimberlee Cory
    Kimberlee Cory says:

    My mom has had her nails done since I was a kid (I’m 30 now) and I use to go with her when she’d get them done, now whenever I go by a nail salon and I smell the monomer it makes me think of my mom and going with her.

  8. SSC
    SSC says:

    Hi McKenzie. Your review was really good….I have been doing a ton of research on odorless monomers and I think I can help with the situation. In the industry, I;m pretty sure all regular monomers used now are purple. When they developed odorless monomer the color changed, as well as the chemical composition. I think what happened during research and development was that they had to sacrifice s few things so that they could develop an "Odorless" formula. Many people have reported a tacky layer, and I did see the other video as well, as well as reports of the acrylic taking forever to set up, so this is a result of the change in the formula. I'm not saying that it is bad, I'm just saying that it's a learning curve for everyone. I'm old school acrylic, and let me tell you…the industry has come a long, long way. Thank you for your helpful information!

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