Today I will talking about the polish. There are oodles of polishes to choose from: creme, frost, and super frosty. Creme is harder to put on, frost is much easier, much more forgiving, and super frosty, like chrome, is really tough. So whatever polish types you choose, the nail plate has to be prepared properly.
Push the cuticles back with a cuticle stick, then make sure that you remove all the moisture, all oil, all dust, don’t leave any trace of any of that. So the nail plate is ready, clean and smooth, ready for a very smooth polish application. Always do two coats to ensure the color is the way it appears in the bottle, nice and strong, good pigment. Nail polish dries as you polish, so the fewer strokes, the better.
Now you’ve gotten the true color of what was in the bottle. Some are so pigmented, you can do it with one coat. To be really effective, too, you can do the ends. It’s a very finished, and professional look.
OK, once you’ve got both coats on both hands, you can do one right after the other, you need to top coat it. If you do get a little bit of polish on your cuticle, you can just take a little brush, even a paint brush, dip it in some polish remover, and just wipe it around the side, and it will take off any type of thing you get on the skin. That’ll make it look really professional. Top coats. That’s what helps it dry.
One of the best top coats in the world: OUT THE DOOR.
This stuff dries really fast. Another way to dry polish, is to put it under cold water. It doesn’t make it dent proof, but it does make it a bit smudge proof. But that’s really effective. Don’t put it under lamps. So cold water, and a great top coat. And for a little extra design, you can throw in some sparkles. It can give any one of these designs a whole new look. So here’s a quick, neat polish application you can do. It’s a really effective look. Polish: There’s a color for every mood, and every occasion. If you make a boo-boo, just fix it with remover. Have fun!