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Nail polish tips
1. Avoid getting polish on my cuticles
Instead of painting right from the cuticle, place the brush on the
nail bed about 1/8" away from the cuticle and push backwards toward
it, stopping just before the skin.
2. Remove polish from my cuticles
Plan ahead. Paint your nails about an hour before bedtime, leaving
the messy polish on. When taking a shower the next morning, the
polish will soften and peel off. Any stubborn polish still left on
the skin can easily be removed by rubbing it with a soft towel.
Polish not dry yet? In a rush? Use a cotton swab and nail polish
remover to do a quick removal.
3. Keep my polish from peeling near the skin
Lightly buff the top of your nail near your cuticle with a fine-
grained file. This will take away the top oily enamel and allow
4. Polish peels at the tips
It's usually one of these two things. First, You've used two or
more coats of ridge-filler and followed with a couple coats of
polish. To avoid peeling, stick to only one coat of ridge-filler,
and wait until it's completely dry to apply the regular polish.
Second, you've painted a couple thick coats instead of a few
thin ones. Always use thin coats, it gives better coverage,
dries faster and lasts longer.
5. Cut down on bubbles
Two things can cut down significantly on bubbles. First, ROLL the
bottle between your palms, instead of shaking it. Second, Shaking
just whips bubbles into the polish. Also, use only thin coats.
6. Polish keep cracking
Try applying a thin clear coat of polish every other night to
7. Keep my manicure nice
Keep nails well-trimmed, and don't wear polish to work (not
even clear, it'll just crack and peel).
8. Nail polish can be stored in the fridge.
9. If your nail polish is too thick, try thinning with a polish
10. To prevent the cap from sticking, coat it with a little
Vaseline to prevent this from happening.