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First, I'm really sorry if that was in the wrong section.

This video is about Carly Kay an expert Manicurist
I've tried to write down what she's saying, so I can understand it but ofcourse, some words are

missing and others need to be checked

http://www.videojug.com/user/USEX0187/

the text by me:

Carla key

Carla key creates nails for fashion magazines commercials music videos and the red carpet but her passion for nail cares stands from the humble beginnings.

As a little girl I was really bad nail biter and I use to take scotch tape and make my own nails and paint them and it was ridicules.

Carla became a licensed nail technician working in LA's top salons whatever clients suggested she got an agent and the rest they say is history.

When I went to apply for the agency they called me about a month later and I went to and that was the best experience of my life and I knew from that moment that my life in this career for what I do was going to change and osculate to bigger and bigger things.

From fashioning nails out from scotch tape on her bedroom to covering Diane-Keaton's nails with black crystals for the Oscar Carla key's creativity knows no limits and while Carla spend most of her days famous for photos and film it still the personal connection with every client that brings her joy.

I had a client that was dying and she was in her bed in her house confined to this bed and dying and people are like: "I can't believe this lady cares about her nails" and you know what that's the one thing that's make her feel good so if I can go there and make her hands look beautiful and put the color on.. she's worn for 70 years I'm going to do it I mean if that makes her happy I'm going to do it.
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Hi,

This is what I get (but I'm no native speaker! Emotion: smile)

Carla Kay creates nails for fashion magazines, commercials, music videos and the red carpet but her passion for nail cares care stands from the humble beginnings.

'As a little girl I was really bad nail biter and I use used to take scotch tape and make my own nails and paint them and it was ridicules ridiculous.'

Carla became a licensed nail technician working in LA's top salons whatever One of her clients suggested she got (get?) an agent and the rest, they say, is history.

'When I went to apply for the agency they called me about a month later and I went to Sting's concert for Trudie Styler and that was the best experience of my life and I knew from that moment that my life in this career for what I do was going to change and osculate escalate to bigger and bigger things.'

From fashioning nails out from scotch tape on at her bedroom to covering Diane-Keaton's nails with black Austrian crystals for the Oscar Oscars, Carla key Kay's creativity knows no limits and while Carla spend spends most of her days readying the rich and famous for photos and film, it's still the personal connection with every client that brings her joy.

'I had a client that was dying and she was in her bed in her house confined to this bed and dying and people are like: "I can't believe this lady cares about her nails" and I "You know what?" that's the one thing that's make that makes her feel good so if I can go there and make her hands look beautiful and put the color on that she's worn for 70 years I'm going to do it. I mean, if that makes her happy I'm going to do it.'
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This is my version:
(EDIT: I've just seen Tanit replied half an hour ago, and I hadn't noticed her reply when I decided to start writing this. I'm not a native speaker either, by the way)

Carla Kay creates nails for fashion magazines commercials music videos and the red carpet, but her passion for nail care stems from humble beginnings.

As a little girl I was a really bad nail biter, and I used to take scotch tape and make my own nails and paint them, it was ridiculous.

Carla became a licensed nail technician working in LA's top salons. One of her clients suggested she get an agent, and the rest they say is history.

When I went to apply for the agency they called me about a month later and I went to Sting's concert, for Trudie Styler, and that was the best experience of my life and I knew from that moment that my life in this career for what I do was going to change and escalate to bigger and bigger things.

From fashioning nails out from scotch tape in her bedroom to covering Diane-Keaton's nails with black Austrian crystals for the Oscars Carla Kay's creativity knows no limits and while Carla spends most of her days readying the rich and famous for photos and film, it's still the personal connection with every client that brings her joy.


I had a client that was dying and she was in a bed in her house confined to this bed and dying and people are like: "I can't believe this lady cares about her nails" and I go "You know what? That's the one thing that makes her feel good so if I can go there and make her hands look beautiful and put the color on that she's worn for 70 years I'm going to do it I mean if that makes her happy I'm going to do it.
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Ok, let me try again ...

Please it's so easy for a native speaker, just listen to the video, copy paste my text, and fill the blanks, what an easy job!
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Thanks Tanit and Kooyeen really appreciate it, but I didn't understand this:
"One of her clients suggested she get an agent"
"and the rest they say is history."
Thanks.
One of her clients suggested she get an agent, and the rest, they say, is history.

One of her clients made a suggestion, and told her to find an agent (I don't know exactly what "agent" means in this context, but I think it has to do with agencies that deal with celebrities, manage their lives, make appointments, etc.). Once she found an agent, all the rest of the story is well known and doesn't really need to be told (she obviously became a successful celebrity manicurist).

http://www.ldoceonline.com/dictionary/history (meaning number 10) ...and the rest is history: (informal) used to say that everyone knows the rest of a story you have been telling