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For your trial day cleaning?

Which do you prefer and what is the occasion?  For cleaning, then maybe the first one.

I'd go with the first one more subtle.

In my experience it is only other females who notice or are impressed with fancy nail extensions. Men will generally not ever notice unless you prompt them to look and to make a comment on them such as "Do you like my nails?" So if you getting nails done then choose a pattern or colour for yourself or do what makes YOU happy as no one else will really care. 

Enjoy your manicure day!! X

I don't care much for any of them.

I would absolutely recommend NOT going to a new trial for cleaning job with sparkly fancy new nail extensions. If it is your own nails you are decorating and you intend to remove nail polish before your trial then that's OK. 

As the care home have cut your hours, and you're taking 2 weeks unpaid leave from HB, why not save money and do them yourself?

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No always have infills

None of them are appropriate for your jobs. I would suggest shorter nail and a natural colour.

I don't like any of them either

So from what you are saying about always  getting nail in-fills, then you always have these elaborate long extension nails often sparkly and colourful with different patterns  

Might not be best when arriving for a cleaning job trial.

This is now getting ridiculous

Certainly is smurfchops. It appears that the OP considers every job interview a fashion parade rather than focusing on any likely questions from the potential employer  about the job in hand.

None, if anything clear varnish only. Long nails will not be appreciated by your employer. Terrible for bed making

//No always have infills//

abbey, please read the following passage:


Are infills bad for your nails?

If you want to wear artificial nails for more than a few weeks, you'll need touch-ups every 2 to 3 weeks to fill in the gaps that appear as your nails grow. Frequent touch-ups can seriously damage your natural nails. In short, artificial nails can leave your nails thin, brittle, and parched.//

I don't know how you can afford false nails Abby and all those clothes on the hours you work... and you want to buy a car?

They all look really horrible IMHO.

How can you afford things like this, lots of meals out etc when you work so few hours?

Bank of Mum and Dad ?

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