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    POLISHING TIPS

    1. How to keep bubbles out of polished nails.
    Use thin coats of polish when applying.
    Instead of shaking the bottle of polish, rub it between the palms of your hands. This will reduce air bubbles in the bottle.
    2. What to do if the polish is too thick and hard to apply.
    Add a little bit of thinner to the polish. This will help thin out the polish. Make sure the thinner does not contain acetone.
    3. How to keep the polish off the cuticles.
    When applying the polish start away from the cuticle pushing the brush back toward the cuticle and just barely touching the skin.
    4. How to remove the polish from the cuticles.
    Use a cotton swab or a Q-tip with nail polish remover on it and rub around cuticles.
    After polish is completely dry soak in warm water and lightly rub off excess polish.
    5. How to keep the polish from peeling near the skin.
    Before applying polish use a fine grain nail file and use around skin to remove oily enamel.
    Apply white vinegar to nail before applying polish or base coat.
    6. Removing polish.
    Try not to use nail polish remover more than once a week. Using more frequently than that will dry out the nail.



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