10 Tips For The Perfect DIY Manicure by Mau Lyn - Musely
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10 Tips For The Perfect DIY Manicure

posted in Beauty > Nails
12/28/2013
  • The first coat of chunky glitter polishes should be dabbed, not brushed on. This will help to distribute the glitter evenly and get the big chunks where you want them. If all else fails, use a toothpick to move the chunks of glitter around.
    The first coat of chunky glitter polishes should be dabbed, not brushed on. This will help to distribute the glitter evenly and get the big chunks where you want them. If all else fails, use a toothpick to move the chunks of glitter around.
  •  Use ice water to dry your nails in three minutes.
    Use ice water to dry your nails in three minutes.
  • Fix a broken nail using a teabag and nail glue.
    Fix a broken nail using a teabag and nail glue.
  • Give yourself a gel manicure.
    Give yourself a gel manicure.
  •  Take apart a loofah and use the netting to get a fishnet manicure look.
    Take apart a loofah and use the netting to get a fishnet manicure look.
  •  Make a dotter for your nails.
    Make a dotter for your nails.
  • Spray nails with oil spray to set your manicure and prevent smudges.
    Spray nails with oil spray to set your manicure and prevent smudges.
  • When applying a top coat, run the brush along the inside edge  of the nail to prevent chipping.
    When applying a top coat, run the brush along the inside edge of the nail to prevent chipping.
  • Erase mistakes by dipping a tiny brush into nail polish remover.
    Erase mistakes by dipping a tiny brush into nail polish remover.
  •  Apply multiple thin coats instead of one thick coat. A thick coat of nail polish will only dry at the top layer, leaving your manicure vulnerable to smudges.
    Apply multiple thin coats instead of one thick coat. A thick coat of nail polish will only dry at the top layer, leaving your manicure vulnerable to smudges.
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