These days, who doesn’t prefer to wear nail polish? The issue is because the application is inaccurate! I’ve seen a lot of nails that are chipped, cracked, and unevenly coated. We can simply avoid these situations if we all understand how to correctly apply nail polish! I guarantee you’ll notice a difference in your nails if you follow this brief instruction the next time you apply polish to your finger and toe nails!
You’ll need to choose the proper color for your Nail polish before you start applying your nails. My first piece of advice is to use a color that you truly enjoy rather than following any color restrictions. Having said that, there are some color-selection rules that I usually adhere to. The first question is, where are you going? What is the reason for your visit? If you’re looking for everyday coverage, neutral tones are ideal. These are ideal for professional occasions and work days. If it’s a more laid-back and enjoyable occasion, wear anything you like.
It’s also a good idea to coordinate your lip color with the colors you plan to wear. However, the best option is to trust your intuition and choose colors that you enjoy. Chrome colors are my particular favorite for a sultry gloss on my nails.
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How to Use Nail Polish Correctly
#01 Get rid of any old nail polish you may have. You may do this quickly by massaging each nail thoroughly with cotton balls. You can ensure an even coating by removing any previous polish you may have on.
#02 Start painting your nails with the base coat while keeping your hands steady on a table to avoid shaking. Brush along the center of your nail first, then the two sides. This will ensure a uniform coating. Starting with your tiniest fingers and toes and working your way up to your larger fingers and toes is an excellent strategy to avoid resting on freshly painted nails.
#03 Apply the nail paint to your nails in the same way you applied the base coat (small nails first, brushing the middle of the nail followed by the sides).
#04 Allow the polish to dry completely. This will be determined by the nail polish. To ensure perfect dryness, I like to wait 20-30 minutes after the final painted nail.
#05 Apply the top coat by following the same steps you used to apply the base coat and nail polish. Top coats will give your nails even more balance and luster.
#06 Using a cu-tip and nail polish remover, clean your nails once the top coat has dried. Remove any particles of polish from your skin and around your nails with the cu-tip. Take your time and be cautious with this.
That concludes the discussion. You should have perfectly applying Nail Polish that are evenly spaced to avoid peeling (depending on the quality of your top coat).
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