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Nourishing Nail Polish Remover

Nourishing Nail Polish Remover

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What It IsCUTEX Nail Polish Removers offer salon-quality results, removing polish quickly and completely. Each remover is infused with a special blend of ingredients to help nourish nails and to elevate the experience of at home nail polish removal. The formula's flaxseed and perilla seed oil help nourish nails, while its apricot seed oil contains vitamin E and properties to soften the skin while an energizing, peach fragrance creates a spa-like experience. You will also love that the Cutex nail Polish Remover is paraben-free, aluminum-free and the perfect product to help your nails look as beautiful as you deserve. How to use: Simply apply to a cotton pad and buff away nail color.
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How I Make My DIY Manicure Last Forever
How I Make My DIY Manicure Last Forever
One of the silver linings of quarantine is that it has forced me to learn how to do a really good at-home manicure. I don’t think I’ll be going back to a nail salon even after quarantine ends! Here are some of my best tips and tricks that I’ve learned to give myself a DIY manicure that lasts for a week, or even longer: Dehydrate your nails. I use a cleanup brush and an acetone-based nail polish remover on my nails before painting them to make sure there is no cuticle oil or other residue on my nails. Do not soak your nails in water. When the nail plate gets wet, it absorbs water and expands. This means that the nail polish will dry in a different size and shape than it would on your naturally dry nails, making it more likely to chip later! Multiple thin coats are better than one thick coat. My rule of thumb is if the first coat is completely opaque, then it’s probably too thick. Thin coats dry more evenly, which will prevent your nails from smudging. Let each coat of polish dry fully before painting another coat. Along with painting thin coats, I let each layer of polish — base, color, top coat — dry for at least 10 minutes before adding another coat. This is why a DIY manicure pairs perfectly with Netflix! Cap the tip. “Capping” or “wrapping” the tip means adding a little bit of polish to the very tip of your nail, where your polish is likely to chip from typical daily tasks like typing or cleaning. I prefer to cap the tip on my second-to-last coat of color polish, so that if the capped tip adds a little too much polish I can just fix that with the final color coat. Use a cleanup brush. Even after months of perfecting my at-home manicure skills, I still make mistakes. This is why a cleanup brush is key: with an old lip brush and some nail polish remover, I can remove any excess polish and create a clean line at my cuticle, which gives my manicure that really professional look. Reapply top coat every 2–3 days. This is essential for making your at-home manicure last for a week or more! Adding this extra coat of polish (and capping the tip, if you’d like) will help prevent your nails from chipping. Make sure you also cover where your nail polish ends near the cuticle! Below are some of my favorite manicure and nail care products: OLIVE&JUNE - The Poppy This really changed the at-home manicure game for me. The wide round shape makes it much more comfortable for me to hold the polish brush with my nondominant hand, so I can paint slowly and evenly. OLIVE&JUNE - Nail Polish Topcoat You can make any nail polish last forever if you have the right top coat. This top coat creates a super glossy finish and doesn’t take forever to dry. Any nail polish with a wider brush: For easier application and thin, even coats Cleanup brush: The easiest way to make your mani look crisp and clean Cuticle oil: On painted or bare nails, to keep them strong and healthy