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Nobody wants a nasty manicure that doesn't last. The main reason for a bad manicure is not taking good care of their nails before painting. This tutorial will ...
Start off your manicure by removing all nail polish with a cotton ball and some regular or acetone nail polish remover. Don't miss the sides of your nails!
Next, use a nail brush (you can buy these in any store) to clean out dirt from your nails. Take the brush and rub it back and forth ...
Next take a small amount of cuticle oil or remover any massage it into your cuticles. Let the oil sit for about 2 minutes (or less depending on ...
Take a cuticle stick and apply pressure right under your cuticle pushing upwards toward you knuckles. Don't press to hard or you can push back to far.
Take any grit of nail file and begin shaping your nails. If you want a round almond shape, file only the sides of your nails creating a slight ...
Take your favorite hand cream or lotion and slather your hands in it! And for extra dry hands, wear a pair of gloves on over your lotion while ...
Paint 1 layer of base coat to protect your nails from any damage the color may bring.
Now it's time for fun! Apply 2 coats of a solid color or paint a design.
Do NOT skip this step. Top coat is by far the most important. It can keep your nail polish from chipping for up to 7 days! Apply top ...
Sit back and enjoy your new manicure. Ta ta! -VintageChic
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