June 22, 2009

Nail Polish Rules


Use the skin on the inside of your wrist to see which nail-paint tone suits you best. If your skin has a bluish tinge, polishes with cool undertones work; if it has yellow tone, opt for warm colors. Sheer shades are the most user-friendly. Choose pink/clear for a pinkish tone and beige/peach for yellow skin tones. Give your nails a four-day breathing break each month.

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(Guest post by Smitha)




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5 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:14 PM

    "You can always tell a lady by her hands" is still true, so take care of them! When it comes to choosing a shade of nail enamel, the vast rainbow of available shades can be daunting don't worry, there are several ways to pinpoint the right shade for you! You can make a selection based on: don't forget to be yourself! Be the real self and let that be reflected through what you use.

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  2. Kailas8:56 AM

    looking forward to seeing some great stuff here! =)

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  3. Kalindi10:13 AM

    As in applying any polish, less is better than more. Better to apply two or three thin coats than one thick coat. Glopping it on also will lead to bubbling problems, plus it won’t dry as fast.

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  4. Anonymous10:13 AM

    Don’t shake the bottle before applying. This will cause the product to bubble as it dries on your nails.

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  5. Sajana9:25 AM

    Your nail polish will always be smooth and easy to apply it you store it in the refrigerator. Frosted nail polish will not separate. However, if it has hardened or is gummy, place the bottle in a pan of boiling water. The polish will be like new.
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