Watch a Movie tha\t You've Loved a Hundred Times
You know all the words to this movie and still laugh at the jokes. This is the movie that can makes you late because you just have to watch that scene one more time. This staple movie is the perfect companion for your at-home mani.
Tuning into your favorite movie will help you pace yourself and avoid getting bubbles in your manicure. Bubbles happen when we paint our nails before the last coat is completely dry. Guilty. The re-run movie and a mani session helps slow down the process. And since its a movie your seen before, you will be able to move forward with painting the next coat on a dry surface without missing anything on the small screen.
No Cuticle Clipping - Push them Back Instead
Go with a Glitter Polish for Newbies
1 + 2 + 1 = Perfect 10
AND finally, add 1 Top coat. The top coat adds shine for days. My preferred top coat, Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat, has self-leveling properties and dries fast with a glassy shine.
Make a Nail Polish Eraser
Ever painted the side wall of your nail. Frustrating, but not a big deal. You can wait until the polish is dry and then wash your hands with soap and water. This will gently remove the polish from your skin.
If your mani is still a little less than desirable, especially the dominant hand, just remember, practice makes better. It may not be perfect right away, but each mani gets you closer to a Perfect 10.
Drop a comment. Let me know how it goes.