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How to Paint Your Nails Without Smudges
Pick out your nail polish color.You should choose the color on how you feel or what kind of person you think you are. (e.g. pink if you feel cheery, dark purple if you're a little gloomy, etc.)
Take out a bottle of nail polish remover and some cotton balls in case you feel like you could do a better job on a specific nail later on.
Swirl the nail polish container around and around.It helps the polish to become less clumpy and do its job better. It potentially makes your nails look better. Do not shake the nail polish container, as it will create bubbles.
Take out the brush and paint your nails smoothly.
Wait a while.If you want better results, wait a minute or two to apply a second coat.
Wait about three minutes then take out a cotton swab (use the era swabs as they can also go under long finger nails) and dip it in the nail polish remover.Use it to de-smudge the smudges that you needed to put before in order for your nails to be full and look better then usual!
You're done!Wait about five minutes before putting your hands in water or doing any other activity that could potentially mess up all your hard work!
The Vaseline method
Apply a base of clear coat.This prevents your nails from turning yellow.
Choose a nail color.If you are having trouble choosing a color, see the suggestions below:
- Purples and Reds go great with darker skin tones.
- Blues, Greens, and Nudes look wonderful against medium shade skin tones.
- Pinks, and most pastels look nice against lighter skin tones.
Add the vaseline.Before you start painting, add a medium to thick layer of vaseline on the skin around your nail. Try not to get anyonthe nail, or you will have a hard time getting the nail polish to stay.
Paint your nails.If you want to add a design, do it now. Don't worry if you get some paint on your skin; the vaseline will keep it from sticking!
Add a top coat.While not necessary, this will help seal your nail polish and keep it from chipping.
Wait for your nails to dry.When they are completely dry, grab a cotton swab and use it to wipe away the vaseline.
Wash your hands.This will help remove any vaseline that the cotton swab didn't get.
Admire your smudge free skin!You should be free of smudges anywhere that the vaseline touched.
QuestionHow do I put nail polish on with my opposite hand?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou can have someone else do it for you, or you can just practice. Make sure the nail polish has dried first before you try it on your other hand.Thanks!
QuestionOnce you paint your nails how do you keep the polish from getting scraped off?!?!?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerAfter applying regular nail polish, apply a clear coat of nail gel. You can find it at the dollar store. It dries and protects the polish, giving it a glossy look. Make sure to wait for the original layer of polish to dry first.Thanks!
QuestionHow long should I wait for my nails to dry?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerNormally it depends on the type of nail polish, most of the time it takes 5-10 minutes.Thanks!
QuestionIs there is a liquid that you apply to your cuticles and then just peel off?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYes, Liquid Latex. You can find it in many department stores and pharmacies.Thanks!
QuestionWhat is the Vaseline for?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIf you're working on a nail look that's messy, you can use a cotton swab to rub Vaseline on the skin around your nails first. This creates a barrier between the polish and your skin so that after you've painted your nails, you can wipe off the Vaseline and any polish mistakes along with it.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I grow my nails fast?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThanks!
QuestionHow can I make DIY liquid latex?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerPut cold water in a sauce pan and mix in the tapioca flour, gelatin and coconut oil. Stir until the tapioca flour is dissolved (you can add liquid foundation makeup to add the desired skin colour if you want). Turn on the heat and stir continuously until the mixture thickens to a pudding consistency.Thanks!
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- If you do your nails the night before, you may not need to remove the polish that got on your skin because your natural oils will flake them off.
- Use lighter nail polishes in spring. A soft pink is a nice choice.
- Always use bright colors in summer.
- In the wintertime, use warm naturals like a soft peach or creamy brown.
- Use several thin coats instead of one thick coat. This will make them dry quicker.
- Gather everything you need before you start painting!
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